After ending up over-trained and burnt out, I let my son dictate my workouts. Here’s what happened:

August 2nd, 2017 by Seanna Robinson | Posted in Running Well | No Comments »

After burning out in spring, one runner let her son become her new workout buddy. Here’s what workouts look like on a ten-year-old’s schedule.


I’m a runner in my forties and all my training partners keep passing me by

June 20th, 2017 by Seanna Robinson | Posted in Running Well | No Comments »

At some point you realize that all your partners are passing you by. What then?


Running to keep up… with my kids.

January 10th, 2017 by Seanna Robinson | Posted in Blogs, Running Well | No Comments »

As a fit mother, Seanna figured it would be years before her two kids outpaced her. But on a recent family vacation, they surprised her by proving her wrong.


Sometimes you just need a race medal

December 2nd, 2016 by Seanna Robinson | Posted in Running Well | No Comments »

Seanna doesn’t normally put much stock in hardware or race medals. Looking back on a medal from a recent race, this time was different.


What do runners look like when they aren’t running?

November 10th, 2016 by Seanna Robinson | Posted in Blogs, Running Well | No Comments »

Seanna has one problem: she can never recognize club members when they aren’t in their running clothes.


Why do some runners criticize those who add flair to their running?

November 2nd, 2016 by Seanna Robinson | Posted in Blogs, Running Well | No Comments »

If this pursuit doesn’t affect anyone but ourselves, then why should we care if a runner adds a little flair to make their mark?


The trouble with racing “only” 5K

October 19th, 2016 by Seanna Robinson | Posted in Running Well | 1 Comment »

There are many things I love about racing “shorter” distances like 5K, 8K and 10K. I say “shorter” because it seems everyone these days is training for a marathon or half-marathon (not to mention […]