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Yes, babies dive and swim!

I believe you may have heard that babies are born with an inner instinct for swimming or diving. Of course, they don’t know how to swim crawl or dolphin style, or how to perform a 3m dive. However, after spending nine months in their mothers’ stomachs, babies are ready to “learn” how to swim after they are born. They certainly know how to dive as well. To be more precise, they know how to hold their breath once they are in the water. Unfortunately, this amazing ability of the babies is being lost after they turn six months. Since I started the Baby swim club, I have had the opportunity to work with many babies, even more when my little shark and fish were born. In this way I realised how mot

Da, bebe rone i plivaju!

Verujem da ste negde sigurno čuil da se bebe rađaju sa urođenim instinktom za plivanje, ronjenje. Naravno da ne znaju kraul i delfin, niti rone na tri metara dubine. Ipak, bebe nakon što su provele zaštićene u majčinom stomaku devet meseci, po rođenju spremne su da “uče“ da plivaju. Naravno da bebe znaju i da rone! Da budem precizniji, znaju da zadrže vazduh u trenutku potapanja u vodu. Međutim, ta neverovatna spospobnost beba lagano se gubi nakon njihovog šestog meseca. Od kada sam se upustio u priču Baby swim cluba, i kada sam imao mogućnost da radim sa velikim brojem beba, a posebno od kada su na svet stigle moja ajkulica i ribica, uverio sam se da je priroda sve to lepo osmislila, a da j

Blog guest: Dejan Pejinovic

Swimming Dad #Blog guest, Dejan Pejinović, currently the head coach of the Turkish swimming team Galatasaray, will be talking about whether it is more difficult to be a coach or a parent, and if the parents should know the boundaries of their parenthood. As the head coach of the Turkish team from 2011 to 2015, he managed to achieve some fantastic results. He started as a swimming coach in the swimming team Proleter from Zrenjanin (Serbia), and then as the Serbian national swimming team selector. Ever since 2008 he has had an integral role in all big competitions of the senior team. His most successful swimmers are Ivan Lenđer and Silađi Čaba. Do parents know the boundaries of the parenthood:

Blog gost: Dejan Pejinović

O tome da li je teže biti trener ili roditelj i da li roditelji poštuju granice roditeljstva kao #Blog gost, za Swimming Dad podelio je sa nama Dejan Pejinović, trenutno glavni trener plivačkog turskog tima Galatasaray. On je u periodu od 2011. do 2015. godine bio šef stručnog štaba turske ekipe i ostvario odlične rezultate. Dejan je svoje dugogodišnje iskustvo prevashodno gradio kao trener plivačkog kluba Proleter, Zrenjanin iz Srbije, a potom kao selektor nacionalnog plivačkog tima Srbije. Od 2008. Pa sve do danas čini okosnicu tima na svim velikim takmičenjima seniorskog tima. Njegovi najuspešniji plivači su Ivan Lenđer i Silađi Čaba. Da li roditelji poštuju granice roditeljstva: roditelj

Who is teaching who how to swim?

I was wondering… would you really dare, or have courage, to take your child to a GP, dentist or ophthalmologist, or even better, you go and see your cardiologist, physiotherapist, or dermatologist, and start explaining to him/her how he/she should examine you or your child, which methods to use, what medicines and therapy to prescribe? I believe most of us wouldn’t, as if you would, then you would rather cure yourself on your own or become a specialist doctor… However, there are always those who assume the right to, apart from being a parent, obtain a fictional “degree” and become a GP, maths or violin teacher, football or volleyball coach, or a swimming instructor… I can’t help but wonder,

Ko koga trenira?

Razmišljam nešto... Da li bi stvarno imali hrabrosti, možda ludosti, da kad odvedete dete kod pedijatra, zubara, oftamologa ili vi odete kod kardiologa, fizioterapeuta, dermatologa, sednete na stolicu i počnete da mu objašnjavate: kako da leči (operiše) vas i vaše dete, kojim metodama, koje lekove i terapiju da vam da! Verujem da većini nije, jer da jeste sigurno bi se sami izlečili, bili bi doktor speciljalsita ili... Međutim, ima onih koji sebi uvek daju za pravo da budu u isto vreme roditelji sa «diplomom» doktora opšte prakse, vaspitačice, profesora matematike, nastavnika violine, trenera fudbala, odbojke, plivanja... Pitam se samo kada su završili sve te škole. Znam da svaki roditelj, p

Blog guest: Maya Cvejic

After her move from Australia to UAE, and given the fact that even after the birth of her fourth child she couldn’t find a professional and reputable swimming instructors, Maya Cvejic decided to start her own Waves story. Since 2011, she has been a part of the team of 10 coaches and support staff, and together they teach more than 500 kids per week to love and enjoy swimming! As a Swimming Dad #Blog guest, Maya will tell us whether it is easy to find the right swimming coach and how she deals with it from both parent's and employer's perspectives. Is it easy to find a good swimming instructor nowadays (from parents' and managers' perspective)? I started Waves Swim Academy because I could not

Blog gost: Maya Cvejić

Nakon preseljenja iz Australije za UAE, a s obzirom na to da nakon rođenja svog četvrtog deteta nije uspela da pronađe pouzdane i profesionalne instruktore plivanja za svoju decu, Maya Cvejić je odlučila da započne svoju Waves priču. Od 2011. godine pa do sada, ona je deo tima koji broji 10 trenera i pomoćnog osoblja koje zajedno obučavaju preko 500 dece nedeljno, da vole i uživaju u plivanju. Za Swimming Dad kao #Blog gost, Maya nam otrkiva, da li je teško pronaći pravog trenera za plivanje i kako se ona sa tim nosi iz ugla roditelja i poslodavca. Da li je danas teško pronaći dobrog instruktora plivanja (iz uloge roditelja i menadžera)? Odlučila sam se da osnujem Waves Swim Academy zato što

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