Mistakes To Avoid
Chasing hours, not specific endurance. The number of accumulated hours should not be your barometer of training success. Instead, focus on meeting target fitness goals.
Riding without a purpose. Don’t get on the trainer without a workout game plan, which is like riding aimlessly on the road. Neither is a good use of your time.
Following a programmed course or software of a planned race. This just ends up being a poor substitute for riding outdoors. While I can imagine using race courses in specific preparation phases, they don’t have any place in your general training.
Spending a massive amount of time on riding drills. You should always focus on proper form and efficiency, but spending 20 minutes on single-leg pedaling will be very good for one thing: making you very good at single-leg pedaling.
Attacking every session with short duration and high intensity.
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