Many sports will focus on how you look. In some sports this can be heavily tended towards your weight, and in others your muscle tone. Whilst it is important that you look after your body, and prepare your muscles for the hard work you ask them to do when you train and compete, an unhealthy focus on these elements of yourself can have negative impacts on your mental health and self esteem.
Some actions and thoughts to consider;
Don't compare yourself to others, everyone has a naturally different body shape. Try and reframe your thinking to focus on your performance rather than your looks
Remember, a healthy body is one which will perform better - read about the importance of nutrition in the self-care section
Recognise the signs and symptoms of eating difficulties in yourself and others by learning more about them
Call out unhelpful comments and behaviours around body image, such as negative or derogatory comments