Motivated to be on the road to recovery

August 7th, 2015 by Hilary Stellingwerff | Posted in Run, Hilary, Run | No Comments »

It has been an incredible couple weeks for track and field, especially in the women’s 1,500m. For the first time in nearly 22 years the world record was broken by Ethiopian Genzeba Dibaba in […]


It’s all about perspective

May 29th, 2015 by Hilary Stellingwerff | Posted in Run, Hilary, Run | No Comments »

Coming back to competitive running from pregnancy has been an amazing ride; I can’t believe Theo will be a year old on June 29. In some ways, I feel like I wasn’t off at all. […]


Making progress post-pregnancy

March 23rd, 2015 by Hilary Stellingwerff | Posted in Run, Hilary, Run | No Comments »

It’s incredible to think I’ve been a mom already for eight months. Time has flown by and we finally feel like we’re getting the hang of being parents, until a new stage arises. Theo […]


Back to basics

October 27th, 2014 by Hilary Stellingwerff | Posted in Beginners, Run, Hilary, Run | 1 Comment »

Dear new runners, come-back-from-injury runners, trying-to-lose-weight runners or any runners who have had to start running from scratch: I have the utmost respect for you. It is not an easy task! I’ve been humbled, […]


Taper time

June 4th, 2014 by Hilary Stellingwerff | Posted in Run, Hilary, Run | No Comments »

I have less than a month to go until the baby’s June 27 due date and I’m definitely feeling ready. I think mentally, since I’ve hit nine months, I feel like I should be […]


Addicted to biophilia

April 30th, 2014 by Hilary Stellingwerff | Posted in Run, Hilary, Run | 1 Comment »

Yesterday morning I ran 20 minutes at 6:30 a.m. at 6:00 per km pace, nearly 90 seconds slower than my pre-pregnancy easy run pace, and enjoyed every second of it. As I ran down […]


Introducing my new coach: Ricky Bobby

March 26th, 2014 by Hilary Stellingwerff | Posted in Blogs, Run, Hilary, Run | No Comments »

More and more people seem to be hiring personal coaches recently to get more serious about their training, while I on the other hand have gone in the opposite direction. I’ve always preferred to […]