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PitFit Training September Newsletter

Gearing up for Fall…with a Linear Edge Contest!

It’s hard to believe but the race season is winding down and we’ve got a lot to celebrate as we get ready to cross the finish line with many of our members. But if you’re like anybody we know, you’re already looking to next year and what can be accomplished. What better time to get a jump on next year than right now? And what better place to partner up with either right here in Indy or wherever your little corner of the globe is using out Global Online Training Program. We want to get the PitFit word out with our newsletter and we’re teaming up with Linear Edge to offer one of their fantastic pieces autographed by our soon to be decided IndyCar Series Champion!  Everyone can enter by signing up to receive our newsletter and we’ll be announcing the winner in a special edition newsletterthat will be sent out next Sunday after the championship is decided!

Wherever you are, you can train with the best! Next year will be here before you know it. Are you PitFit Prepared?
 
Speaking of champions, long time PitFit member, four time IndyCar Champion and in the hunt for number five Scott Dixon hits the silver screen this fall in an all access documentary featuring the high-octane world of open world racing. This film is being called an all-access look behind the scenes with Scott, his family and his team. We have a sneak peek for you below and you can stay tuned for updates at http://www.bornracermovie.com 
Check out the trailer for Born Racer here!
IndyCar Team Discount Coming Soon!
 
Just in time for planning your successful 2019 season, we will soon be offering several discounts to all members of IndyCar, Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF200 on memberships, Conditioning Classes and our Sensory Training Program. Discount levels and codes will be announced in the near future, so stay tuned and get yourself ready for some great workouts! 

 
REQUIREMENTS:  
  • Possess a current had card for IndyCar or any Road to Indy Series.
  • Be immediate family members of someone with one of the above hard cards.
  • Type “INDYCAR” in the discount section during checkout process.

* funny hard card photo optional
 
Click to check out PItFit Memberships
PitFit Essentials – Global Online Training
 
Can’t get to Indy?  Join our many members who work with us around the world through PitFit’s Global Online Training. We provide top notch training programs, nutrition, recovery and stress management tools along with accountability and continued support from our highly experienced, certified trainers. You will receive a customized program to help you be your best whether you’re in the racing world or just out there in the regular world. Prices will be increasing on September 1st and we have lots of exciting enhancements on the way so get signed up before pricing does! Click on our link below to find out more on our updated website:  http://www.pitfit.com/global-online-training
Membership has it’s privileges…
 
And we like to drive results, whether you’re attending our classes right here in Indy or in one of our Global Training Programs. You also do not need to be a race car driver! We have many clients from a wide array of backgrounds in our online training, membership programs, personal training and more! Check out the repost from @angelars125 celebrating 50 pounds lost! Pick up a 50 pound weight at the gym and you know that is quite an accomplishment. We love to see the rewards of hard work for ALL of our members!

Down 50 pounds and only 21 more to go until the 1st goal is reached! It has taken time to get here, but finally having thyroid levels in range and amazing workouts by @alex_wanee I’m getting back to where I was before surgery! #positivevibes #thyroidectomy #keepworking #hardwork.

 Our members will tell you the journey is something special. Everyone starts somehwere. 
 
SENAPTEC 
 
Are you interested in seeing details at a distance, seeing through distractions, judging depth information, hand/eye coordination with changing targets, rapidly shifting and recognizing peripheral targets?  How about hand reactions to visual signals, tracking multiple objects in space and perception span? We can help racers, kids in hockey, football, baseball, lacrosse or any other sport out there. Assessments offer detail and the ability to see your profile compared to our athlete performance database. See Senaptec in action in the video below, at http://pitfit.com/senaptec-training and see it live at PitFit Training! 
 
Check out Senaptec in action!
Click To Purchase YOUR Senaptec Assessment and Sessions
PitFit Prepared – Rehabilitation Edition
 
Why would driver Diego Narbona travel over 2000 miles just to visit us here in Indy? Because he knows if he doesn’t he will never get back to the sport he lives and breathes for. This time he will be even better. #PitFitPrepared
PITFIT RACE RECAP
 
Speaking of better, we’re getting itchy to get our hands on this guy, just named IndyCar Rookie of the Year!  Well deserved, Robert! Looking forward to helping you get #BetterStrongerFaster #GetWellWickens #PitFitPrepared
 
J.R. Todd had a huge win with Kalitta Motorsports last weekend at the NHRA Nationals here in Indy, winning two years in a row! He’s been hammering down for weeks prior to last weekend with a daily diet heavy on reaction, sensory and relaxation training.  The amount of time he’s spent on the Senaptec Sensory Station, Fit Light Training and @Dynavision D2 has been staggering. J.R.’s win has been rewarding on many levels but now we’ve got our eyes on the championship and we’re thinking J.R. does too! 
Wild weekend in Portland! Patricio O’Ward locked up the 2018 Indy Lights title, Spencer Pigot went from 17th to finish 4th and Scott Dixon and Alexander Rossi take the IndyCar Series Champion battle to Sonoma. Jim and Alex were on hand to provide track support for Scott Dixon, Alexander Rossi, Charlie Kimball, James Hinchcliffe, Zach Veach, Gabby Chaves, Dalton Kellett and Tony Kanaan, being worked on by Alex in the photo below. Excellent event!
Alex Wanee working with Tony Kanaan, dad to his first baby girl last week! 
 
National Sprint Car Racer Justin Grant has been attending PitFit to gain strength for a grueling schedule that often can include four or five different races weekly.  Justin was out turning some laps at IMS earlier this week and you can keep track of his schedule at https://www.facebook.com/pg/Justin-Grant-Racing-705779336139010/about/?ref=page_internal                                 – photo credit Jason Fuller Images
Kane Martin is a kart racer with Martin Racing, part of our Global Online Training program (Privateer Program) and has also purchased our PitFit Fundamentals manual!

We helped him push through physical pain and keep the battle going and helped get him to the bottom step of the podium through it all!

Check out all the action at https://www.martinracingusa.com/                        –photo: fredkamphues.com 
 
Baltazar Leguizamon is the Formula Atlantic 2018 Champion! We are so proud and ready to help Baltazar get to the next level championship! 
Kyle Tilley is one of our Level III members and we’ve modified his program to be a little more specific torwards his racing. We’ve highlighted some incredible footage from his race a few weekends ago where he fought back to 8th place overall after a stuck throttle put him in 32nd place with two laps to go. 

Check out more on Kyle at http://www.eramotorsport.com
Click here for Kyle Tilley’s amazing last laps!
Laguna Seca
 
We also had a little chance to go vintage a few weekends ago at the WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca where Jim Leo provided track support with vintage racing drivers. That’s vintage racing…not vintage drivers. 
Click to see McLaren CEO Zak Brown getting some of our new TheraGun with Jim.
The IndyCar season is coming down the home stretch and we’ve got a lot of PitFit drivers to keep an eye on as they close in on the championship.  Check out the freshly minted 2019 IndyCar schedule that includes a return to Laguna Seca as well as Circuit of the Americas at http://indycar.com. We will continue to feature members as well as drivers from all of the other series we support as well in upcoming newsletters so stay tuned!
 
FORK YOU!

How’s that healthy eating going with all that shopping and preparing healthy food at home with your busy schedule? Yeah, us too! That’s why we like to lean on our good friends over at Kettlebell Kitchen to order healthy, convenient meals that are delivered right here to us at PitFit on Mondays and Thursdays! Clean ingredients, a variety of plans like Sports Performance, Whole 30, Keto or even a custom plan designed for you are available! Check out what’s new and fresh on the menu at https://www.kettlebellkitchen.com
Your next newsletter will arrive in October and we will continue to share more of the exciting updates that we will be implementing at PitFit in 2018 and beyond. 

We are looking forward to the tremendous results that await you as you continue your PitFit journey, we’re excited about keeping you connected through our newsletter and cannot wait to hear your success stories.

In health, 

The PitFit Crew

PitFit Training August Newsletter

 
Dog Days of Summer…
Things are heating up at the track and here at PitFit!  There are so many great things happening with so many of our members out there and Chester our honorary “gym dog” keeps an eye on members in class to make sure everyone is staying on track. We like winning and we’ve also got plenty of resources here to help you win at fitness.  Are you PitFit Prepared?

 
PitFit Essentials – Global Online Training
 
Can’t get to Indy?  Join our many members who work with us around the world through PitFit’s Global Online Training. We provide top notch training programs, nutrition, recovery and stress management tools along with accountability and continued support from our highly experienced, certified trainers. You will receive a customized program to help you be your best whether you’re in the racing world or just out there in the regular world. Prices will be increasing on September 1st and we have lots of exciting enhancements on the way so get signed up before pricing does! Click on our link below to find out more on our updated website:  http://www.pitfit.com/global-online-training
Membership has it’s privileges…
 
Are you where you want to be with your own personal fitness?  Is the pedal fully to the metal when it comes to your workouts?  And what if you’re not a driver…it might seem pretty intimidating to walk into a class where everyone already knows exactly what they’re doing and the program looks challenging.  But hey, we were all there once and no matter where you’re starting we can assure you that you are going to get a great return on your fitness investment and our trainers are going to be able to guide you every step of the way. Our members will tell you the journey is something special. Everyone starts somehwere. 
Click to check out PItFit Memberships
 
The Iron Neck 
 
If you’re out there on the track you already know your neck can take a beating and the higher the speeds, the higher the g-forces. One of the most unique pieces of equipment we work with is The Iron Neck. Used to help for many disciplines, having a strong neck as a driver helps prevent fatigue, whiplash and even concussion. See The Iron Neck in action in the video below, at http://www.iron-neck.com  and see it live at PitFit Training!
 
Check out Hinch and Robert Wickens preparing for Mid-Ohio with multi-directional neck work. Commentary by Alexander Rossi prevented original audio…
Pit Fit Prepared – Rehabilitiation Edition
 
Pietro Fittipaldi, grandson of Formula One champion and two time Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi was back on track in Mid-Ohio Sunday after missing the Indy 500 debut due to fractures to both legs sustained in a crash at the FIA World Championship’s Six Hours of Spa. We are so proud of all the work Pietro did with us to accelerate his recovery and look forward to his future races.
Pietro Fittipaldi working the Iron Neck to prepare for Mid-Ohio, click for video
PITFIT RACE RECAP
 
Congratulations to PitFit Members Alexander Rossi and Robert Wickens for their podium finishes last Sunday at Mid-Ohio…longtime PitFit friend and Indy 500 winner Will Power joined them in the third place spot.  
 
More hardware earned in Mid-Ohio last weekend with a PitFit podium sweep for race 1 of the Indy Lights Series! Congratulations to Patricio O’Ward, Colton Herta and Dalton Kellett.  Patricio and Colton also podiumed for race 2!
How does funny car driver J R Todd stay in shape to pilot his 11,000 horsepower DHL Toyota Camry Funny Car? PitFit has been J R’s hometown gym for quite some time as he feels that even with all that horsepower behind him and an average race length of 3 to 4 seconds it is still an advantage to be in great shape. Check out the full story:
 https://www.sfchronicle.com/sports/article/Drag-racers-but-not-all-think-being-in-13105711.php
 
National Sprint Car Racer Justin Grant has been attending PitFit to gain strength for a grueling schedule that often can include four or five different races weekly.  Keep and eye out for Justin on the podium and keep track of his schedule at https://www.facebook.com/pg/Justin-Grant-Racing-705779336139010/about/?ref=page_internal
Kane Martin is a kart racer with Martin Racing, part of our Global Online Training program (Privateer Program) and has also purchased our PitFit Fundamentals manual!

Check out all the action at https://www.martinracingusa.com/    –photo Martin Racing 
 Yuven Sundaramoothy is an official F1600 open-wheel car driver with K-HIll Motorsports, racing in the FRP and SCCA pro-level series and he’s been a Global Online Training client for over a year now. Yuven grabbed this win back at Mid Ohio early in July and we couldn’t be more proud to be working with him and his dad who is a tireless supporter of Yuven.

Check out more on Yuven at https://www.facebook.com/YuvenSRacing
What a race!!! Misha Goikhberg was part of the winning @jdcmotorsports that won the #sahleen6hour at Watkins Glen! After joining our Global Online Coaching program in December 2017, he made his first trip to PitFit in June. His V02 max had increased 19%, and improved upper body strength 11%. It was his first Senaptec Sensory Station evaluation and he will be retested in the off season
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Champagne for @mishagoik and Chris Miller, Check out more on Misha at @jdcmotorsports on Twitter and Instagram.
Study in Stock Car
 
We are constantly evolving and challenging ourselves to stay on the cutting edge of training for motorsports.  Below Performance Director Alex Wanee works with Ricky Stehhouse Jr. at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during a tire test to obtain information specific to driving a stock car. 
The IndyCar season is coming down the home stretch and we’ve got a lot of PitFit drivers to keep an eye on as they close in on the championship.  Check out the full Verizon IndyCar schedule at http://indycar.com and we’ll be featuring drivers from all of the other series we support as well in upcoming newsletters so stay tuned!
 
GEAR UP!

The IndyCar Series is off to Pocono in a few short weeks and while Linear Edge doesn’t have a Pocono track represented in their 2D and 3D track lineups they are always happy to customize to your specifications. So get online to request your own favorite track at https://linearedge.com 
Your next newsletter will arrive in September as we get closer to the finish line on our racing schedules and we will continue to share more of the exciting updates that we will be implementing at PitFit in 2018 and beyond. 

We are looking forward to the tremendous results that await you as you continue your PitFit journey, we’re excited about keeping you connected through our newsletter and cannot wait to hear your success stories.

In health, 

The PitFit Crew

San Francisco Chronicle: Drag racers — but not all — think being in shape can help them win

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

Do drag racers need to be in shape? Look, they just sit there, wait for the green light and then go like hell. The race lasts a little more than three seconds down a 1,000-foot track. Then it’s time for a cold one, right?

In the world of big-time drag racing, though, there’s a lot more to it. Many of the drivers, although not all, want to be good physical shape, for various reasons.

One of them is J.R. Todd, who won the Top Fuel race in the Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals two years ago and took the Funny Car class there last year. He’ll gun for a third straight title in the 31st annual Sonoma Raceway event this weekend.

The only other driver who has won both classes there was Don “The Snake” Prudhomme.

Todd, 36, swears by physical training. He works with a personal trainer in his hometown of Indianapolis, but as he says, “There’s other guys who sit around and drink beer and don’t work out.”

They can be successful, too, because it’s the souped-up cars, wielding anywhere from 8,000 to 11,000 hp, that provide the muscle to travel more than 300 mph.

“There’s the same amount of stress for anybody who drives a Top Fuel or Funny Car dragster— five-plus Gs when you hit the gas, and then when you hit the parachute, there’s a negative-five Gs trying to throw you out of the car the other way,” Todd said in a phone interview.

“You’re strapped into those things so tight, you can barely breathe. You make a lot of runs or win a couple of races back-to-back, or you make a lot of runs in a couple of weeks, it takes a wear and tear on your body. You definitely start to feel it in areas like your back. To me, it helps to be in shape and work out to try to prevent those types of injuries.”

Todd pilots the 10,000-hp DHL Toyota Camry Funny Car for Kalitta Motorsports. He’s the first African American driver to win both Top Fuel and Funny Car events in NHRA history. He’s sixth in the standings but is trying to inch closer to points leader Courtney Force.

Most of the hard-core training is done in the winter, although Todd and others try to hit the gym when they can between races.

Jim Leo, who owns PitFit Training, the Indianapolis gym where Todd trains, has developed training programs geared to race-car drivers in every series.

“IndyCar driving is one of the most physical series ever,” he told The Chronicle. “The muscular and cardiovascular demands are extremely high. In NASCAR, it’s not as much muscular strength but much more heat-tolerance. NHRA is a different animal. We train reactions and cognitive functions in all series, but we put a big emphasis on it with the NHRA drivers. We do a lot of reaction-based training with them.”

Reaction-time training is extremely important, and Todd said the key is first getting your heart rate way up — on a treadmill, for example — before doing the reaction exercises. In drag racing, a split-second lost on the start is often the difference between winning and losing.

Why get your heart rate sky high? Because that’s what it tends to be as the green light gets ready to come on.

“The engines are fired up,” Leo said. “It’s loud, and it’s hot. So there’s a lot of stress and stimulation around them. They’re dying to release and go, but you have to know when to do that. Auto Racing in California

“So we work a lot on inhibition training. If the wrong light or the wrong number comes on the machine, they don’t respond. That trains the neurological system to recognize: ‘That’s not the stimulus I need.’ You can train the neuro pathways to respond that way.”

Not all the top drivers are on board with physical training, Leo admits. Such as 16-time Funny Car champion John Force, 69, hunting for his 150th event victory this weekend. The eight-time Sonoma winner “is not a physically fit individual by any means,” Leo said. “I think he’ll admit that. It’s not a slam on him, but I don’t think he takes it seriously.

“He’s obviously the winningest driver in Funny Car history. Right now, though, the sport is so expensive that you’re looking for any possible edge you can get. This level of physical fitness makes you faster with reaction times. It’s much more popular with the younger generation.”

The Drive: Pietro Fittipaldi Gets Behind the Wheel of an IndyCar Two Months After Gruesome Crash

Source: The Drive

ietro Fittipaldi, the grandson of Formula 1 world champion and two-time Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi, completed a staggering 100-lap test at Mid-Ohio ahead of this weekend’s return to IndyCar with the Dale Coyne Racing team.

Tuesday’s road course test marked the first time the young driver climbed behind the wheel of a race car in more than two months, where he completed a full testing program that included cockpit acclimatization and tire and aero performance. Fittipaldi has spent most of his time since his April crash in Indianapolis, where he’s worked with IndyCar doctor Terry Trammell to develop a road to recovery that fits his medical chart and work commitments alike.

IndyCar Fittipaldi tests at Mid-Ohio on Tuesday.

“It was amazing, man, I’m so happy to be back,” Fittipaldi told Motorsport.com. “The past two months after my accident, I’ve been working really hard with the great people around me working on getting back to driving.”

“It was a full test, we did around 100 laps, which was a lot, but that was our plan to get as many laps as I could and wear me out a little bit because we’re racing next weekend,” he added. “We used the morning to get comfortable and see what we had to do with the pedal [adjustments] and everything felt fine right off the bat. As soon as I was comfortable we worked on the test plan.

Another key figure in Fittipaldi’s recovery is Alex Wanee from PitFit Training, who helped the young Brazilian-American racer get his mobility back to 100 percent, and make sure his muscles are up to the task of manhandling an 800-horsepower IndyCar. PitFit training is a physical training facility that works with North America’s top racing drivers such as Scott Dixon, James Hinchcliffe and Tony Kanaan among other dragster and open-wheel racers.

“We had a limited range of things we could do given the condition of his [Fittipaldi’s] lower body, so there was a lot of communicating back and forth with the doctors and physical therapists to get his legs back up to speed while maintaining his upper body strength,” Wanee told The Drive. “We worked with very minute levels of resistance to keep his leg muscles active despite his condition. I’d place my hands on his legs and apply slight pressure against the areas where he wasn’t affected, and that’s how we progressed through his recovery program.”

“Personally, within a minute of having met him, I knew we would exceed on all fronts due to his optimism and enthusiasm. It’s normal to expect someone in his position to feel bummed for missing the [Indy] 500 and what not, but from day one he did as much as he could to get back in the car as quickly as possible,” Wanee added.

Fittipaldi was piloting a DragonSpeed LMP1 race car at Spa Francorchamps in April of this year when he lost control of his vehicle at Eau Rouge and crashed into the tire barriers at more than 160 miles per hour. He had to be airlifted to the nearest hospital where doctors diagnosed him with non-life-threatening injuries, however, both of his legs had been fractured due to the force of the impact. As a result, Fittipaldi had to cancel his plans to race in the FIA World Endurance Championship and, eventually, the Indy 500.

PitFit Training June Newsletter

Well Howdy there, June!
May has sped on by and longtime PitFit member Scott Dixon is rounding himself up some points and accolades!  Scott is now leading the IndyCar Series in points and his 43rd career win last weekend in Texas places him behind only AJ Foyt and Mario Andretti for IndyCar wins. We’re looking to help Scott add more wins to his stable and we’ve also got plenty of resources here to help you win at fitness . Are you PitFit Prepared?

 
PitFit Essentials – Grip|Neck|Reaction Training
 
Can’t get to Indy?  Enhance your performance on track by learning our secrets to improving grip strength, neck strength, and reaction time with our e-book! You will learn the importance of each one of these traits as they pertain to motorsports, as well as how to train them. Click on our link below to find out more:  https://pitfit-training.myshopify.com/collections/ebooks-training-manuals/products/pitfit-essentials-neck-grip-and-reaction-training-e-book

Included in this e-book are video exercise tutorials and sample training programs, on sale now for just $59!
photo credit: IndyCar

Take a look at an article by our own Alex Wanee in Racer Magazine as he explains why IndyCar drivers are the worlds most underrated athletes. And don’t be intimidated if you’re not at IndyCar level racing, everyone can benefit from the expertise PitFit provides it’s diverse membership base. Whether you drive an IndyCar or a desk, it’s time for you to be PitFitPrepared!  https://racer.com/2018/05/18/opinion-why-indycar-drivers-are-the-worlds-most-underrated-athletes/
Click to check out PItFit Memberships
 
Senaptec
 
One of the newest pieces of equipment we’re using with our drivers is the Senaptec Sensory Station. Measuring and improving contrast sensitivity allows an individual to detect objects faster in low light, fog, or glare. Check out Senaptec in action in the video below and see it live at PitFit Training!
 
Senaptec!
Pit Fit Prepared – Pit Crew Edition
 
AJ Foyt Racing has had a secret weapon in the pits. Chris McFadden, who worked for us preparing the Pirtek Team Murray first responders for the 2016 pit stop competition is now onboard with us again and working with the pit crews for both Tony Kanaan and Mattheus Leist. His background and expertise in the IndyCar pit stops has had a huge impact, this military veteran was over the wall at  the Indy 500, Detroit and last weekend in Texas! 
PITFIT RACE RECAP
 
Speaking of the Indy 500, a well deserved congratulations to Will Power! In 2009, Will Power (official) came to us after signing a 5 Race deal with Team Penske. He knew this was an opportunity of a lifetime. At Sonoma he was involved in a horrible crash that broke his back and left him in a brace for 3 months. He never quit, even while we pushed him through his rehab. Sometimes, we used strategies like showing him where he was going. He came through and was signed full time with Team Penske. Even after moving to NC, he remained a friend to our program. Well, you know the rest. Congratulations Will. There isn’t a driver in our program who felt you didn’t deserve the win. #indy500
PitFit also saw a podium sweep at the Freedom 100 in Indianapolis back in May…and driver Colton Herta swept both races in dramatic fashion, hoisted a few trophies and captured the attention of quite a few IndyCar Teams.
PitFit Drivers Scott Dixon and Alex Rossi weren’t feeling tired on the long two race weekend for the Dual in Detroit. Champagne anyone?
Lots of stamina and a nice recovery out of PitFit Drivers Tony Kanaan and Charlie Kimball, finishing P7 and P8 in race #2 in Detroit. Way to go, gents!
Got Kettlebell Kitchen?

PitFit recently had Kettlebell Kitchen in the house showing off their easy, clean label meals delivered right to PitFit on Mondays and Thursdays at no extra cost to you! Pick from a wide array of menu specials and favorites or have Kettlebell Kitchen design a meal plan to meet your specific goals and needs, weight loss, gluten free, paleo, and macro based meals are all available.  You can even have meals delivered to the track or to your hotel if you are out on the road. Visit https://www.kettlebellkitchen.com to place an order. Super convenient to work out and take your dinner home with you!  PitFit Mascot Chester thanks you in advance, especially if you’re ordering the seasoned pork!
The IndyCar season has is just over halfway done and we’ve got a lot of PitFit drivers to keep an eye on coming up in Wisconsin, Iowa, Toronto and Mid-Ohio. Check out the full Verizon IndyCar schedule at http://indycar.com and we’ll be featuring drivers from all of the other series we support as well in upcoming newsletters so stay tuned!
PitFit will be out in force for the upcoming race this weekend in Elkhart Lake, keep tabs on all the action or get tickets to join us at: http://www.roadamerica.com
 
 
GEAR UP!

What could be better for accelerating the vibe at your home or office than 2 or 3D representations of your favorite race tracks?  For a limited time PitFit and The Linear Edge will be offering a discount on the next venue for the IndyCar Series, Road America in beautiful Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Pick up Road America or your own favorite track at https://linearedge.com 
Your next newsletter will arrive in July as we heat up as we get deep into our racing schedules and we will continue to share more of the exciting updates that we will be implementing at PitFit in 2018 and beyond. 

We are looking forward to the tremendous results that await you as you continue your PitFit journey, we’re excited about keeping you connected through our newsletter and cannot wait to hear your success stories.

In health, 

The PitFit Crew