Bodyboard like a pro

Every year, 100s of children and young people get into difficulties while bodyboarding and need to be rescued by a lifeguard.

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1. Go to the local pool before you go on holiday so you know your children are confident and competent in the water.

2. Choose a lifeguarded beach with a swim safe area and always watch what your children are doing.

3. Check the tides so your children don’t get stranded or caught in a rip tide.

4. And make sure your children know what to do if they get caught in a rip tide or fall into cold water.

5. Get the right kit and if possible book children a lesson with a qualified instructor.

Please like and share this video to help other mums and dads keep their children safe at the beach this summer.

Bodyboard like a pro

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