It may look like machine used for training mathletes, but the type of athlete who benefits from these kinds of gadgets? IndyCar drivers.
“There’s a lot of things going on around them where they almost have to multitask at 200 plus miles per hour that you don’t get in any other sport,” said Jim Leo.
Leo owns PitFit Training, a gym on the northwest side of Indianapolis that many IndyCar Series drivers call a second home.
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