ALEXANDER ROSSI’S FITNESS ROUTINE - An IndyCar Series athlete on training for the largest single-day sporting event in the world.
Imagine feeling the force of four to six times your bodyweight pushing against you as you navigate a racecar around 12 to 17 corners per lap—70 times—for two and a half hours. That’s the physical battle professional racecar driver Alexander Rossi is up against every time he competes. “It's a very aggressive environment,” he says in the video below. “It's one of the more demanding things that your body will go through.” To prepare his body—and mind—for the challenges of the track, he trains six days a week. Each morning starts with some form of cardio. His second workout of the day is either a dynamic strength routine with kettlebells and barbells or a racing-specific strength workout utilizing special equipment at the performance center in Indianapolis.
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