Miloš Krstić was born and raised in the Republic of Serbia in a city known as 'Capital of the Barbecue', where each year the most skilled barbecuers compete in making the biggest burger in the world.
Whilst at primary school, Milos was noticed & praised by his physical education teachers
and as such he was chosen to represent his school in various sports competitions ranging from football through to basketball. Away from his school activities he engaged in folk dance, where he performed with a cultural art club all over Serbia. When the winter break arrived, he moved to the mountains where he skied competitively.
With the opening of an Olympic swimming pool in his hometown, he discovered swimming as a sport and totally dedicated himself to it. At school he participated in various swimming competitions including at national level where we won several awards.
It was due to swimming that Milos decided to enroll in the Faculty of Sports and Physical Education at the University of Nis in his native Serbia. After graduating from university, he began a career as a lifeguard at a local sports recreation center and a swimming instructor at a local swimming and water polo club. With this experience he moved to
the Emirates and Dubai.
After over three years in Dubai, Milos headed down Sheik Zayed Road to join the team at Vogue Fitness. where he intends to continue with further training in the field of fitness in the role of a personal trainer as well as in the role of swimming coach.