Hiking 24 miles over the rugged terrain of eastern North Carolina in a single day is no joke. Tightening muscles and swollen joints create ripe opportunities for repetitive motion injuries.
Working on a NASCAR pit crew is the epitome of fast-twitch muscle movements. Toting tires, hurdling a wall, and contorting into all sorts of positions in a furious effort to shave time on pit road is exactly how muscle strains and tendon twists happen.
What could these two seemingly unrelated scenarios possibly have in common?
The answer is, of course, Evan Kureczka.
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