Focus and Racing

All race car drivers know it’s important to have extreme focus while racing. You never know when something will pop up when you’re behind the wheel of a race car. There is always debris or an accident of some sort no matter if you are driving a late model or a sprint car there is always a chance for something to be in the way.

Here are a few ideas to help keep your focus:

Get plenty of sleep the night before a race.

Stay hydrated during the race.

Make sure you have a diet full of rich nutritious foods.

Use a supplement to help keep your focus.

There are a ton of supplements that have actually been proven to improve focus.¬†Nootropics, or supplements for your brain, are making waves in the fitness industry. Here’s why you should add these “smart supps” to your daily regimen!

L-theanine, a nonprotein amino acid common in green tea leaves, can have a significant impact on reducing stress levels. Add caffeine to the mix, and you may experience greater improvements in mood, reduced levels of stress, and an increased ability to focus.

Quite possibly the most researched nootropic, Asian ginseng has been shown to improve memory, enhance focus and attention, and boost mood. It may even be able to improve performance (both reaction time and endurance).

I like to use a supplement drink called Krush It, it gives you energy and has a ton of focus factor. Yes this is a bodybuilding supplement but it has very little pump compounds in it so that isn’t a factor in this product. We know that getting a pump while racing could be a really bad thing.

Supplements and Racing

Supplements and racing

Supplements can help improve many things that can play a big role into winning that big race. There are many types of racing in the United States and they all require focus and endurance. It takes a lot of energy and endurance to man a race car on a 100 degree day in eldora on a dirt clay track. Racing a late model on dirt can require laser like focus that can be enhanced by many supplements on the market today. Sprint car drivers have to be even more alert than late model drivers because of the speeds they are traveling. It can also help to have lean muscle to control these high speed race cars. Wheeling a steering wheel in a sprint car for a long feature race can really wear on your arms. Using a supplement like Sparta Nutrition Cerberus can help increase muscle strength and endurance while promoting lean muscle and fat loss another benefit for a race car driver.

Amino acids can also play a huge role in driving a race car whether you are in a Nascar of a dirt factory stock race Amino acids can help. Aminos have been shown to reduce muscle fatigue and allow the muscle to respond longer under intense stress. A lot of the bcaa products on the market today also are filled with electrolytes which can help drivers from getting dehydrated while racing. Racing cars in the summer can produce cockpit temps of 100 plus degrees. Once you add a full race suite, and a full face head sock and helmet it can be pretty sweaty inside these cars. Everyone knows if you are sweating there is a chance for dehydration.

All of these types of supplements can help you get that checker flag on race day but you still need to be a decent driver and have a good race car.