3 Biggest Mistakes Cyclists Make During Base Building

Proper base building can often make or break a cyclist's racing season. But what separates a successful base building campaign from an ineffective one often comes to a few common training mistakes.

In this video, Robert Panzera of Cycling Camp San Diego shares what he believes are the three most common training mistakes cyclists make during base building, and what you can do avoid them.

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Robert Panzera, MA, is a USA Cycling Certified Coach-Level 2 and NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is the president of Cycling Camp San Diego (CCSD), which specializes in week-long training camps for serious cyclists of varying abilities.

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