Confidence and coordination of children and adults are strengthened by swimming. This was the result of a recent Norwegian study.
The confidence and coordination ability of children and adults are strengthened by swimming in the blue water. This was the result of a recent study by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. The study clearly showed that exercise in water significantly improves the coordination ability of small children. In tests, the children who had already learned how to use water safely performed better in terms of coordination. Your contemporaries practically went under.
Better motor skills
In addition to the ability to coordinate, swimming also promotes the development of strong self-confidence. This makes social interactions with other children and adults easier. It should also be noted that swimming stimulates motor skills. These additional positive effects were researched in another study from Austria. As children become more open-minded through the swimming course, the bond with their parents is strengthened. Contact with the child is deepened in a sporty and playful way. What is good for the little ones should also be positive for the big ones. This means that it is never too late to make friends with the wet element and go for a swim.