Have I correctly written this sentence? How do I join the negation of "threat" and the phrase "body health" (to say that a threat to body health won't exist)?

In this way no threat to athlete's health will be.


We do not use BE as a bare intransitive meaning "exist"; BE must take a complement. To express what you intend you must use the "existential construction" there BE:

In this way there will be no threat to the athlete's health.

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