What does it take to be an elite NASCAR athlete?

Aric Almirola - NASCAR driver and elite athlete

Aric Almirola

Aric Almirola racing to a top 5 win in the 2021 Nashville 400

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I’ve broken my scapula, arm, hand, leg, tibia, fibia, but then I crushed my T5 vertebrae like a soda can. So I’m now very aware of the way I put load on my spine, and I’m very diligent about posture.”

— Aric Almirola

NEW YORK, NY, USA, June 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Listen in on Aric Almirola’s interview.

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