In the high-intensity world of NASCAR, cognitive performance may be even more important to an athlete’s success than physical performance. Reaction time, concentration and decision making are critical to a driver achieving their peak abilities. Anthony Alfredo, a prominent figure in the NASCAR Xfinity Series as the driver of the number five Chevrolet Camaro, discusses the razor-thin margin for error in motorsports, with the slightest fault potentially resulting in catastrophe. He shared his insights on the importance of cognitive performance and how Pison’s wearable technology has become an indispensable tool in his routine as it ensures that he can maximize his success.
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