HOW TO CHOOSE A GIRLS' SWIMSUIT

Chlorine resistant, one-piece swimsuit, U-shaped, X-shaped or O-shaped back... It can be difficult to choose the right swimsuit for a young girl. Nabaiji is here to offer some advice on how to make the right choice.

Children's swimming swimsuits are chosen based on frequency of practice.

FREQUENCY OF PRACTICE 

This corresponds to the number of training sessions the child has each week:

OCCASIONAL PRACTICE

The child is an occasional swimmer if she swims less than once a week. 

REGULAR PRACTICE 

The child is a regular swimmer if she swims once or twice a week.

INTENSIVE PRACTICE 

The child is an intensive swimmer of she takes swimming sessions to improve her fitness and performance. She masters the four strokes.

 

OCCASIONAL SWIMMER 

If your daughter swims less than once a week, opt for a comfortable swimsuit in which she will feel at ease.

There are three shapes of swimsuit available:

- The Y-shaped racerback that offers good support

- The U-shaped scoop back that is easy to put on

- The X-shaped cross back that is suitable for all body shapes 

If your daughter tends to feel the cold, you can also look at swimming suits.

REGULAR SWIMMER 

If your daughter is a regular swimmer, she needs a swimsuit that is ultra-resistant to chlorine.

It must also provide her with great freedom of movement so as not to bother her as she swims.

A swimsuit with a back will be perfectly suitable.

INTENSIVE SWIMMER 

 

An intensive young swimmer will require a swimsuit with great freedom of movement and ultra-chlorine resistance for regular training. She also wants a swimsuit meeting the codes of high-level swimming: a very open back and a high notch.

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