• Cody Waite, “Take This Opportunity to Build Your Most Powerful Aerobic Base Yet”

    Submitted by Bill Plock on April 9th, 2020

    Many riders are choosing to be on their indoor trainers utilizing online training apps while others are willing to venture outside to keep racking up the miles. However, instead of smashing yourself with high-intensity training or epic long rides with no events in sight on the calendar, take a step back and target your Aerobic Threshold energy system. Take this opportunity of ‘no racing’ to build your most powerful aerobic base yet! Read more

    • Forever Endurance adds Holicky and Broderick

      Submitted by 303cycling on January 24th, 2019

      Boulder, Colo. January 19th, 2019 — Forever Endurance founder, Cody Moore, recently announced the addition of Grant Holicky and Jessica Broderick to the Boulder-based cycling & multisport coaching company. Founded on its core values of Communication, Knowledge, Passion, Honesty andRead More

      • Detraining: The truth about losing fitness

        Submitted by 303cycling on November 13th, 2018

        The fitness mantra, you must ‘use it or lose it!’ might be a bit of a cliché, but it turns out that this saying perfectly sums up one of the key principles of fitness and exercise – reversibility.  Read more

        • 3 Easy Ways to Speed Up Recovery

          Submitted by 303cycling on July 10th, 2018

          Foam rolling is a great way to speed recovery. Kneading your muscles after a hard workout can ease soreness by breaking up adhesions (tight knots of connective tissue) and enhancing bloodflow. But a foam roller is just one of many tools you can use before, after, or between workouts to boost your mobility and fast-track your recovery. Here are three other options you’ve probably never considered. Read more

          • Understanding the Limitations of TSS® and IF® During HIIT Training

            Submitted by 303cycling on March 20th, 2018

            APEX Coach Mac Cassin talks about the limitations of using TSS and IF metrics when using training load associated with High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). Read more


              Submitted by 303cycling on March 15th, 2018

              Another day, another report of a local cyclist being harassed, run off the road, injured, or even killed. This has become a new normal, and while the politics behind the issue rage on, athletes are unfortunately having to adjust to the current conditions. From professional endurance athletes that are putting their safety on the line everyday, to potential new athletes that are choosing not to get into the sport because of the “safety issue,” this is too big to ignore.  Read more

              • APEX Sufferfest video

                Submitted by 303cycling on March 9th, 2018

                Honestly, we didn’t know what to expect. We just knew it would hurt.

                In this case, “it” was a fitness test called Full Frontal, so named by the witty and masochistic crew at The Sufferfest, a subscription-based web training app for cyclists who want to get faster.  Read more

                • Mountain bike trainer gets riders pushing, pulling and balancing

                  Submitted by 303cycling on November 28th, 2017

                  From New Atlas

                  If you’re a mountain biker, chances are you want to retain your core strength, coordination and sense of balance throughout the off-season and between rides. Well, that’s why Colorado-based cycling coach Lee McCormack created the RipRow. It’s kind of like a pedal-less exercise bike crossed with a rowing machine, and the thing rocks … literally. Read more

                  • Ice baths don’t work for recovery, study finds

                    Submitted by 303cycling on November 14th, 2017

                    From Bike Radar
                    After a long, hard ride, what sounds better — a hot shower or submerging yourself in a bath tub full of ice?  Read more

                    • Eight tips for extending your season with ‘cross

                      Submitted by 303cycling on November 6th, 2017

                      If you race the entire ’cross season, you won’t be taking a break until January, which can be an issue for the following road season. “Pick a time to be done and don’t get tied up in the points race,” Holicky says.  Read more