Ritter Sports Performance is happy to officially announce, Abbie Fish has joined our team as our Technique Swim Coach! Abbie comes to RitterSP after some successful stints at The Race Club, Nashville Aquatic Club, and USA Swimming.
As our Technique Swim Coach, Abbie will be bringing our members tons of content discussing different swim technique tips, breathing strategies, drill videos, and more. Abbie’s passion for stroke technique ignited after her internship at USA Swimming in the High Performance department. At USA Swimming, Abbie worked with the National Team Athletes (i.e. Michael Phelps, Nathan Adrian, Katie Ledecky) and helped improve their swim speed through video feedback. The High Performance Department is responsible for filming, analyzing, and reviewing race analyses for any current National Team athlete.
Some of you may have already put the pieces of the puzzle together due to her recent blog series on “Why the Pinky Finger affects the Freestyle Pull!” For more information on Abbie, including her background and philosophy with swimming technique–check out RitterSP recent podcast on Abbie– [CLICK HERE] to listen!
If you’re interested in getting 1:1 coached by Abbie, [CHECK OUT] our video analysis packages available. Each analyses is done through the internet, so you can get coached anywhere in the world by one of the best Swim Technique Coaches out there!
Also, are you a swim coach and want to deepen your knowledge on the different aspects of swimming technique? [CLICK HERE] to start your FREE 7-Day Membership Trial to the Technique Toolbox!
The Technique Toolbox is a unique platform that brings technique-driven individuals together–so they can learn from each other and implement/sustain technical change into their swim workouts.
Abbie is very excited to bring her knowledge and expertise to the members of Ritter Sports Performance. She believes anyone with the heart to train can benefit from technical advice!
Welcome, Abbie. We are very glad to have you on the team.
— Chris Ritter