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Testing and swimming, why is it important?

Parents, don’t ever compare your kids. Marko’s and Ivan’s dads have met at the pool. They’re waiting for the swim school enrolment test to take place. Marko and Ivan are of the same age, one is a week older, and both have recently turned four. As they’re waiting, a small talk starts, a “competition” of daddies about whose child is better (I couldn’t help but hearing since I was at the pool, working). It sounded like this: “My kid can’t walk, but he sure can swim. I wish you’d seen my son diving, he still can’t swim dolphin, but he’s trying, he’s better than his brother…” I used to have a feeling that a verbal competition, comparisons and exaggeration about whose child is better, cleverer, or

Testiranje i plivanje, zašto je bitno?

Roditelji nemojte upoređivati decu. Sreli se Markov i Ivanov tata na bazenu. Čekaju testiranje za upis u školu plivanja. Inače njih dvojica su vršnjaci, nedelju dana je razlike, nedavno su napunili četiri godine. Dok čekaju, počinje ćaskanje, “nadmetanje” tata čije dete je bolje (nisam hteo da prisluškujem, jednostavno sam bio tu na bazenu, radio). Karikiram: “Moje dete ne hoda, ali eno ga već pliva. Eh, a da si video mog malog kako roni, delfin nije zaplivao, ali se trudi bolji je od brata …” Nekako sam mislio da je verbalno takmičenje, upoređivanje, ali i preuveličavanje čije je dete bolje, pametnije i spretnije karakteritično za mame dok pričaju uz šoljicu kafe, ili čekaju da počne rodite

Blog guest: Nana

The reasons why music and rhymes are important for a baby’s, child’s development, regardless of whether they’re on the grass or in the pool, and the ways in which parents can contribute to the first musical experience of their kids, either in the water or on the dry, are revealed for the Swimming Dad by our #Blog guest, Miljana Majstorović – Kožul, popularly known among kids as Nana, a defectologist, a musical baby bonding instructor and a teacher, but also a mother of a wonderful girl. 1. Why is music, a rhyme important for the development of babies, children, regardless of whether they’re on the “dry” (grass, home) or in the water (pool)? Music and musical activities for babies, small chil

Blog gost: Nana

Zašto su muzika i pesma važni za razvoj bebe, dece, bez obzira da li su na travi ili u bazenu, kao i na koji način roditelji mogu da doprinesu da deca dožive svoje prvo muzičko iskustvo kako u vodi, tako i na suvom, otktiva za Swimming Dad kao #Blog gost, Milijana Majstorović - Kožul, među decom omiljena kao Nana, defektolog, musical baby bonding instruktor and teacher, ali i mama jedne predivne devojčice. 1. Zašto je muzika, pesma važna za razvoj beba, dece, bez obzira da li su na “suvom”, (travi, kući) ili u vodi (bazenu)? Muzika i muzičke aktivnosti za bebe, malu decu ali i odrasle ima značenje koje prevazilazi očigledno. One imaju različitu ulogu, u različito vreme, u životu malog deteta

Why is music important for swimming with babies?

Music is generally important for a child’s development, not only on the «dry», but also in the water! It makes a significant contribution to a smooth connection of the baby with a new environment, the water. A rhyme, a familiar rhythm, mummy’s or daddy’s voice, give an extra soothing stimulation to babies in the water. They are the most efficient way of communication between parents and their children in the swimming pool. Music and rhymes are relaxing not only for babies, but for their parents as well, since most often that’s their first experience too. The best baby swim classes are those with a bunch of simple activities followed by a number of rhymes, and dancing with very carefully «des

Zašto je muzika bitna za plivanje sa bebama?

Muzika je važna za razvoj dece, ne samo na «suvom», već i u vodi! Ona daje značajan doprinos da se bebe što lakše povežu sa novom sredinom, vodom. Pesma, poznati ritam, mamin ili tatin glas dodatno pružaju nežnu stimulaciju bebama u vodi. One su najefikasniji način da roditelji komuniciraju sa decom i u bazenu. Na ovaj način uz muziku i pesmu, ne opuštaju se samo bebe, već i roditelju uz njih, jer je većini to prvo iskustvo. Najbolji časovi bebi plivanja su prepuni jednostavnih aktivnosti, uz veliki broj pesama i igre uz jako pažjivo «dizajnirane» pokrete. Od kada sam se upustio u priču Baby swim cluba (2013.), i radu sa velikim brojem beba, posebno od kada su na svet stigle moja ajkulica i

Blog gost: Bogdan Knezevic

How hard it is to get yourself motivated after you’ve won a medal, to jump into the swimming pool again, to train and stay committed to your goals, are the questions answered for the Swimming Dad by our #Blog guest, Bogdan Knežević, a former Serbian national team swimmer, who is still the record holder for 200m and 400m medley and 200m breaststroke. Bogdan is studying at the Oxford University. 1. Motivation after winning a medal: How did you motivate yourself to get up and jump into the pool again after you have won a medal? I think my answer depends on what the medal itself was: whether it was a medal at a really important competition or at a smaller one. When I won medals at smaller compe

Blog gost: Bogdan Knezevic

Koliko je teško motivisati se nakon osvojene medalje, ponovo uskočiti u bazen, trenirati i ostati istrajan u svojim ciljevima, otkriva za Swimming Dad kao #Blog gost, Bogdan Knežević, bivši reprezentativac Srbije u plivanju, još uvek aktuelni nacionalni rekorder na 200m i 400m mešovito i 200m prsno. Bogdan trenutno studira na Oxford, Univerzitetu. 1. Motivacija posle osvojene medalje: Na koji način si se motivisao da posle osvojene medalje ustaneš i ponovo uskočiš u bazen? Mislim da moj odgovor zavisi od same medalje: da li se radi o medalji sa veoma važnog takmičenja ili je to neko manje takmičenje. Kada sam osvajao medalje na manjim takmičenjima ili kada sam bio zadovoljan otplivanim vreme

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