Being a professional NASCAR racecar driver is no easy job, especially for up-and-coming racer Julia Landauer, a two-time championship-winning racecar driver from New York City. 

In order for her to muscle around a 3,400 lb car in a 130 degree cockpit for endless hours, Julia requires incredible endurance, upper body and core strength, and laser-focused attention. In order to meet these demands, she along with other pro-drivers have rigorous workouts.  

Now that workout can be yours with an exclusive 7-day "Race Like a Girl" NASCAR workout created exclusively for you by Julia and her esteemed pro trainers.  

Download it today, then watch Julia live on May 7th as she competes in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series in Tucson, then again on May 21st in San Bernardino.

Here's a sneek-peak of the first three days of this 7-day challenge.  But before you get started, here's some tips from Julia herself on her healthy mindset and approach to working out: 

WATER - Hydration is extremely important, especially when engaging in strenuous activity. Everyone should regularly be consuming 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water a day. .

NUTRITION - Everyone’s body is different and requires different amounts of food for working out. Some people like working out in the morning on an empty stomach, while others need a full meal. If you want food in your system, lean carbohydrates are a good source of fuel. I like working out in the morning after I’ve had a bowl of oatmeal with flax seeds, chia seeds, and fruit.

REPLENISHING - You should try to consume your post-workout snack within an hour of working out for most efficient muscle restoration.  My faves?   Chocolate milk; Low-fat Greek yogurt with seeds, fruit, nuts, honey; Whole wheat/whole grain toast with peanut butter and banana; Smoothies with milk, yogurt, fruit, seeds; and Eggs

Learn more about Julia and find her schedule to watch her live on her website,  (And yeah, that's Movemeant Foundation on that car of hers!)