Thursday, February 22nd
3:00PM GMT
BaseCamp Paceline Sweet Spot p/b MyVeloFit
Group Workout
Join the BaseCamp team for this live coached workout featuring a 5-minute warm-up with 3 x 1-minute fast pedaling efforts, followed by 2 x 20-minute pacelining Sweet Spot intervals. The goal of this workout is to improve aerobic power, lactate threshold, and paceline skills!

Each BaseCamp workout in this progressive series is led by our coaches and guest professional riders. You'll join our head coaches Tim Cusick and Namrita Brooke, PhD, and the rest of the BaseCamp coaches and revolving guest riders, including legendary Queen of Pain Rebecca Rusch, international pro gravel racer Emma Grant, international adventure racer Kae Takeshita, Norwegian TT national champion Vita Heine, USA winningest male pro Scott Moninger, US pro Chaz Thurmon, and others.

This workout is part of the BaseCamp winter group coaching program designed to build your foundation and set you up for your best season yet. The entire program is appropriate for any level of cyclist or triathlete, and the workouts are set to stay together so you can execute the workout at your pace while staying in the group. The coaches ride with you, explaining and teaching along the way. Our goal at BaseCamp is to empower you with knowledge and the understanding of the WHY behind training. The workouts are hosted every Thursday and most Tuesdays on the following schedule through mid March:

7:00am ET led by Paul Jobin, Jim Pomeroy, and Karen Mackin
10:00am ET led by Tim Cusick and Rebecca Rusch
5:45pm ET led by Namrita Brooke and Tina Hart
9:00pm ET led by Jill Gass, Kate Johnson, and Liz Inglese

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This BaseCamp group coaching workout is brought to you by MYVELOFIT: YOUR BODY. YOUR BIKE. YOUR FIT. MyVeloFit offers professional quality bike fit in the comfort of your own home. We have packaged over a decade of professional bike fit knowledge and experience into a tool that provides recommendations consistent with some of the top bike fitters in the world. Our system lets you refine your position on any bike from wherever you are, without having to book costly appointments or travel for a fit. Visit us at a new window.

We suggest warming up on the trainer for 5-10 minutes before the workout starts. Keep in mind that most people have a lower FTP indoors than outdoors.

Zwifters line up in the starting area just like a normal event. Once the event starts, all riders enter workout mode. Everyone stays together, regardless of power output; if you put out 100 watts and another Zwifter puts out 400 watts, you will stay in exactly the same position relative to each other. Only if you stop pedaling and fall significantly behind the group will the rubber banding stop. This allows all attendees to participate in the coaching and fun chatter.

We highly recommend doing one of Zwift’s FTP tests, as the estimated FTP can be inaccurate and make the difficulty level of the workouts too high for your current fitness level.

To learn more about this program, visit us at www.joinbasecamp.comOpens a new window.