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How to choose the right swimming instructor for your child?

When you decide to enrol your child in a school, kindergarten, piano lessons, or sports club, what are the key factors that influence your decision-making process? Is it the way the venue, a classroom, or a swimming pool looks like or who that piano teacher or a coach is? I agree that it is important what the colour of the walls is, type of chairs the school has, how tuned the piano is, whether they have any broken windows, maybe clean showers or toilets at the swimming pool, etc… I truly hope that all this comes second and that the most important factor is the person who is going to teach your child. So how does one make that choice in such a variety of options? How to choose the right swim

Kako izabrati pravog trenera za svoje dete?

Kada razmišljate i pravite izbor u koju školu, vrtić, dete da upišete ili gde da ide na klavir, u koji klub da se rekreira, šta je presudno kod donošenja odluke? Da li vam je bitno kako izgleda zgrada, učionica, bazen ili možda ko je ta učiteljica, profesor klavira, trener? Bitni su slažem se i boja zida i kakva je stolica, da li je raštimovan klavir, slomljen prozor, ima li čistih tuševa i toaleta na bazenu i sl... Ali nadam se, najiskrenije, da je većini btino ko je ta osoba od koje će moje dete nešto da nauči? Pitate se kako napraviti dobar izbor u šumi ponude? Kako izabrati pravog trenera plivanja za svoje dete? Da li je bitno da ima samo diplomu ili pored tog papira treba i nešto da zna

Blog guest: Caba Siladji

Caba Siladji, European Championship in Istanbul and Mediterranean Games in Italy and Turkey as well as University Games in China and Serbia medallist, junior European champion and junior World Championship silver medallist in 50m and 100m breaststroke, member of the Serbian Olympic Team in 2012 and 2016 is speaking as a Blog guest for Swimming Dad about how water makes him feel safe and confident. Do you feel more safe in the water or outside? I have spent exactly 20 years, 300 days a year, sometimes even 5 hours a day, in the water and that definitely builds up my confidence. I would even say that in certain situations “on the land” (for example when I have a ball in my hands), I feel less

Blog gost: Čaba Silađi

O tome koliko ga voda čini sigurnim kao #Blog gost, za Swimming Dad podelio je Čaba Silađi, osvajač medalja na Evropskom prvenstvu u Instanbulu, na Mediteranskim igrama u Italiji i Turskoj, kao i na Univerzijadama u Kini i Srbiji. Juniorski, evropski prvak i svetski juniorski vicešampion na 50 i 100m prsno. Učesnik na Olimpijskim igrama 2012. I 2016. Da li se osećaš sigurnije u vodi ili na “suvom”? U vodi sam tačno 20 godina, otprilike 300 dana godišnje, nekad i po pet sati dnevno, to mi uliva veliku dozu sigurnosti. I mogu slobodno reći da se u nekim situacijama na suvom (npr. sa loptom) osećam nesigurnije nego u vodi. Da li si se nekada osetio nesigurno u vodi? Ako jesi kada? Jesam narav

Who is safe in the water today?

It’s deeply saddening and disappointing when you read the morning news or see it on TV that someone’s child got drowned. No matter whether he/she was a good swimmer or not! There is a number of reasons for this, but the most common ones are inappropriate behaviour in the water, lack of attention, as well as overestimation of people’s own skills and swimming capabilities. Every year, when the swimming season starts, more than hundred children and adults drown in Serbia. The statistics say that, on average, almost every day we have one person who getting drowned. However, according to the World Health Organisation, Serbia is ranked 147th based on the number of drowned people per capita, which

Ko je danas siguran u vodi?

Poražavajuće je kada otvorite ujutru novine ili čujete na vestima, da je nečije dete izgubilo život. Bez obzira da li je bilo plivač ili ne! Uzroka ima dosta, ali najčešći su neadekvatno ponašanje, nepažnja u vodi, ali i precenjivanje svojih veština i mogućnosti plivanja. Svake godine kako krene sezona kupanja, više od stotinu dece, ljudi se udavi u Srbiji. Statistika kaže da se u proseku jednom dnevno neko utopi. Dok, prema podacima Svetske zdravstvene organizacije reklo bi se da smo zemlja samih plivača. Podaci govore da je naša zemlja po broju utopljenih u svetu tek na 147 mestu. Da li je stvarno tako? Surovo, ali istinito je da utapanje, davljenje u vodi, uglavnom dolazi veoma tiho, a od

Blog guest: Ivan Lendjer

Ivan Lendjer, world junior and European champion and record holder on 50m and 100m butterfly, European Short Course Swimming Championship in Istanbul and Mediterranean Games in Italy and Turkey medallist, as well as a member of the Serbian Olympic Team in 2008 and 2012, is speaking as a #Blog guest for Swimming Dad about his fear of water and how he managed to overcome it. Have you ever been afraid of water? When I was around 3 or 4 I had a small accident at the seaside when my inflatable boat flipped upside down. I suffered a certain shock that made become afraid of water. How did you overcome it and how long did it take? My uncle, who held himself responsible for my accident, as he was nex

Blog gost: Ivan Lenđer

Za Swimming Dad o strahu od vode i kako ga je prevazišao kao #Blog gost podelio je sa nama Ivan Lenđer, juniorski svetski i evropski prvak i rekorder na 50 i 100m delfin. Osvajač medalja sa Evropskog prvenstva u malim bazenima u Istanbulu i Mediteranskih igara u Italiji i Turskoj, kao i učesnik Olimpijskih igara 2008. i 2012. Da li si ikada imao strah od vode? Kada sam imao 3-4 godine doživeo sam malu nezgodu na moru kada mi se gumeni čamac prevrnuo. Tada sam doživeo šok od koga sam dobio strah od vode. Kako si ga prevazišao i koliko vremena je bilo potrebno? Strah od vode sam prevazišao tako što me je ujak, koji je sebe smatrao krivim, jer je on tada bio pored mene u moru, odveo na bazen ka

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