Foceri says that you can't be successful if you're constantly worrying about crashing.
"When you first start out, you don't get the best horses to race," Foceri says.
"I'm basically taking long shot horses and trying to win with them," Foceri says matter-of-factly.
Since Foceri doesn't have too much control over picking which horses he gets to race, he focuses on making sure he's in the best condition to race them.
In addition to protecting his eyes, Foceri has to make sure his joints are loose and limber.
Foceri does cardio two times a week and lifts weights three times a week.
In addition to the days' rest, Foceri helps his muscles recover by taking protein shakes and multivitamins.