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3. The perfect preparation

The surrounding conditions are a decisive factor. Learning to swim works best in as undisturbed an environment as possible. When very few people are in the water and the noise level is low, a learner can concentrate best and learn fast. It's extremely important for the water to be clear, clean and warm to give the learner has a sense of well-being at all times. A common mistake: Parents try to teach their children swimming anywhere. Slides, waves and whirlpools make concentrated learning more difficult. Overcrowded water parks filled with other splashing, romping children distract the learner. The murky, dark waters of a lake, where they can't see the bottom, can make the learner feel even more insecure. Next step: How to swim - 4. Gaining trust step by step
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