This week is Drowning Prevention Week 2015; at swimming pools across the country, lessons this week are focusing on survival skills. So, I rocked up at my swimming lesson yesterday in some fairly thick joggers (I was feeling pretty brave) and a t-shirt over my swimming costume.
We leapt straight into learning how to enter the water without getting your head wet or sinking too deep – ideal if you have to enter water for any reason but can’t see what’s lurking below the surface – think shopping trolleys, sharp m
For many parents, buying baby swimwear can be a step into the unknown. To help, we've put together some top tips, covering everything you need to know when buying children’s swimwear this summer!
Comfort is really important for babies; they can easily become agitated if they have limited experience of being in the water. You should be able to comfortably slip a finger under the straps of a swim suit – secure, but still allowing room for free movement. At Zoggs, you can find a huge range of sizes and styles of costumes and suits, so you will be able to find a fit that’s right for your child. Make sure you check out the f
Swimming pool toys are not just for fun; they are also a great way to help your child become a more confident swimmer. We take a look at some of the best toys you can buy this summer for endless hours of fun in the water!
Little Squirts are designed for children who are new to the water. They suck up
Zoggs International Marketing Manager Ben Hornett shares his journey from swimming once or twice a week in his local pool to taking part in the Jubilee 10k!
Swimming isn’t everything to me, but when I do swim it makes me feel great. Swimming before work sets me up for the day like no other sport can. For sure, I don’t have the best technique in the lane, and I certainly don
Zoggs eCommerce & Digital Marketing Manager, and mum of three Jocelyn Kirby shares her journey from non-swimmer to successfully completing her first swimathon.
As a child I didn’t have swimming lessons. I was happy to jump in and play around and could do an odd doggy paddle-crawl hybrid stroke to get myself back to the side of the pool again, which at the time, seemed t