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The benefits of lifeguard swimming learning early

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Here are our top 10 reasons why we believe baby Lifeguarding Training swimming is an exciting and enriching experience for everyone involved. Not only is vital life skills taught, but it also improves the ways babies and toddlers learn other skills.

Water safety is taught

Tragically, drowning remains the third leading cause of accidental death in children under five worldwide. Learning how to get to shore, hold on, get out of the water and/or swim could save your child’s life one day. that’s why we teach them important safety techniques from birth.

We are extremely proud that we have contributed to saving a large number of children’s lives in recent years. Water Babies have fallen into canals, into fast-flowing water, private pools and survived, thanks to the skills they learned with us

It is very good for their physical and mental health

Lifeguard swimming from birth is extremely good for your baby’s health and development; and can spark a lifelong interest in sports. Each lesson includes a complete physical workout, which strengthens your child’s heart and lungs, which in turn contribute to the development of the brain, including the stimulation of the 5 senses (taste, smell, touch, sight and hearing). And with each lesson they burn up to 300 calories, that’s training!

It strengthens the bond

Skin-to-skin contact strengthens the bond between you and your child. For parents with multiple children, this may be the only chance during the week to give their child their full attention (and probably the only time when you’re not mobile!).

It boosts confidence

Introducing children to water at a very young age prevents the development of a fear of water later in life. Exercises in which the child moves independently in the water and holds on to the side are very good for your baby’s self-confidence. Many parents find that interacting with their child in water is also good for them, especially if they are afraid of water or cannot swim. You will be so proud of your baby!!

It helps in coordination development

Being in the water helps improve coordination. To illustrate: A 2009 study by the Norwegian University of Science & Technology showed that babies who swim have better balance and pick up objects more easily¹.

They build strength

Buoyancy and water resistance make babies train more muscles. That is more effective in the water than on land. Finnish research showed that swimming babies crawled later but walked earlier, thanks to excellent muscle control.

It develops their learning skills

Responding to repeated voice commands can increase your baby’s mental skills and level of understanding. A German study showed that lifeguard swimming babies had better motor development, social skills and intelligence².

It improves their well-being

Warm water relaxes your baby, and swimming stimulates their appetite; the good news for you is improved eating and sleeping patterns!

Also Read About: The Lifeguard benefits and dangers of swimming

It provides structure

Weekly lifeguard swimming lessons bring more structure to your week and day, and provide frequent fun and social activities (and, perhaps, more energy…)

You can start from birth

Because we only teach warm water baths, babies can start with us from birth, and you don’t have to wait until they’ve had all their vaccinations before swimming (even under water).

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