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Or at least it is freezing water here -- -- just stay there for a few more minutes to what are your thoughts here.
How and why is it called -- -- well.
We have an actual weather professional here.
You know out of the fire hydrant.
By the way they feel that happened like 2 o'clock this morning so it hasn't had any time.
-- -- a little bit longer actually stay there all day and eventually is gonna Hillary.
Lots of wind so actually did -- swim lessons to kids and it's pretty impressive because her child jacket -- -- on the show.
Was in the water and immediately and do when you let him go to turn on his back.
So that he could -- how did you teach him that.
Well he did all of our students learn through very gradual process says they're never challenged with any pain teens imagine not just toss it in the water and landed on her and ultimately not that would be a very effective way to teach anybody anything how does he automatically -- to do that them.
Well he's -- very small.
He says that the way that our technique works in the way that our instructors are educated to be able to break down the task.
Is something that and resulting in that what looks like an automatic response that it's.
His ability to respond saving environment in this cases some -- -- -- it and he did when he needed to do to get to -- I didn't get to stay.
And he would meet with the year ago -- two years ago on the show.
We had a debate about this particular.
Type of swimming.
And training and we had an Olympic swimmer on the show at the time who was debating -- -- instructor.
-- he argued that he thought that it was too traumatic for -- child.
That it was it it made him more fearful of water than it would have just learned it in a different way what do you say to those people who say don't do this to a six month old I think.
It's important to understand the difference between -- -- -- some time and and -- At my son doesn't really look in his heart beat all the time we had an interesting trip that parent an airplane and you know there are some things and kind of that a toddler and young child will let you know that they're probably their first -- -- things today.
And it doesn't mean they're not and it's safe environment and learning in the same way.
So for us that the risk.
Drowning is so great for children this age group especially wonderful work.
And -- put up with a little things guiding them women an extra layer of protection is so important and truly what often happens.
Is even if there and a little insurance first start a little -- in our little man and eating just insecure about what's happening.
Once -- -- skilled the confidence that comes to witness feels is amazing because they've not only like a -- that they've conquered something.
And what is more scary to me to be honest with you as a child is extremely comfortable in the water and has -- -- on the back it up.
Because they're gonna be drawn to it -- and they can't do anything about it.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't have looked amazing skills and you -- You -- -- any water thinking that I'm going to be fine they basically did his due to do it didn't Italy -- in training director of wreck hot -- don't really don't watch.
Are you Middle East.
-- and I have looked -- little or whatever.
But look what's that little -- What's that -- I've asked a question that I didn't about that -- I consider myself mentally is well on and so impressed that if you got a shot at your arms you have goosebumps like crazy I know.
Water let's let's I brought -- out of the water -- thinking this entire time I know very calmly and collected and.
That's good you're good spokesperson for I think -- so -- The exit thanks so much we'll look at general I don't know that it.
I haven't run it did a great weekend and we hope you have a great day with your family Sunday it's Sunday -- years.
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