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Duane and Jaclyn Roberson posted a blog post

A BQ on a Broken Ankle

Nothing was shaping up in my favor, as I road the bus to the starting line of the Colorado Marathon. The weather was snowy and cold to start. During the week, I had begun looking for other marathons that I could run to Boston Qualify, in the event that my time was affected by the impeding crappy weather. I'm not sure why I was so concerned, considering that some of my best racing has happened during the winter months. As I finally stepped off the bus, with only minutes to spare, I decided to…See More
May 15
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson commented on Brandon Stapanowich's blog post Hit Pause
"So agreed on the yoga for Duane!!! You guys should go have a yoga bro date. Just keep it simple (and not hot yoga!)"
Feb 6
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson commented on Brandon Stapanowich's blog post Hit Pause
"That was fantastic, Brandon! Thanks for a great read!"
Jan 20
Tim Bergsten commented on Duane and Jaclyn Roberson's blog post A Shout-Out to High-Five Hoodoo
"I'm impressed. Good read."
Jun 21, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson posted a blog post

A Shout-Out to High-Five Hoodoo

When I first started running, Duane would take me over to Palmer Park to run the Templeton Gap trail. You might be familiar with the trail. It's death in the form of some dirt and rocks. The terrain involves intense, short climbs that will leave you hating running, and your partner, at least it did for me. Duane is also very fast, and I'm pretty sure he could've hiked the 3.8 mile route faster than my beginner legs could run it. I had a lot of special stops along this run "The Hill I Hate",…See More
Jun 21, 2014
Brandon Stapanowich commented on Duane and Jaclyn Roberson's blog post Kokopelli Kids!
"Nice read Jaclyn!"
May 23, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson posted a blog post

Kokopelli Kids!

I spend a lot of the year watching kids run, as a high school cross country and track coach. I love passing on my love of running to young adults, in hopes that they will become life-long runners or college athletes. When I knew the baby was coming in February, I decided to take the spring season of track off. Being a great teacher, coach and mom is very difficult...and being a mom comes first.Typically, my spring flies by and I jump into the summer feeling like a stranger in my home. Duane and…See More
May 23, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson commented on Brandon Stapanowich's blog post Facilitating the Dreams of Others: Achilles International- Colorado Springs
"This is awesome, Brandon! Duane has been wanting to do this for awhile, but didn't know how to connect with a program."
May 13, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson posted a blog post

Here I Run

The past two weeks of running have been pretty inexplicable. My abilities have changed, daily; and I'm grateful for the natural improvement. Truthfully, I haven't even been trying. It became noticeable a week ago, when I stood at the starting line of Take 5 in the Garden. I had decided to drag my butt off the couch and get moving, but my strategy was to walk every hill and generally take it easy with some 14 minute miles. I was certain that the race would take me over an hour to finish. But, as…See More
May 11, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson commented on Nicole Odell's blog post Triathlon Training at the Garden Ranch YMCA
"They've had them in the past, and I think they were successful...I'd totally do one during the summer evenings."
May 6, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson posted blog posts
Apr 17, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson commented on Nicole Odell's blog post Triathlon Training at the Garden Ranch YMCA
"You should do one downtown!"
Apr 10, 2014
Tonia Smith commented on Duane and Jaclyn Roberson's blog post Happy Thoughts
"I think with each baby it becomes harder. It will all come back. Don't be so hard on yourself. The baby is a blessing to be enjoyed. The rest will eventually fall into place."
Mar 30, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson commented on Tonia Smith's blog post The tutu controversy
"I read that story and was disappointed, too. Not that I read Self, because you're right in that they perpetuate an unattainable image and give advice that creates a cycle of 'self disappointment' (maybe a new title for the magazine?).…"
Mar 29, 2014
Vanessa Shawver commented on Duane and Jaclyn Roberson's blog post Happy Thoughts
"Looking forward to seeing how you re-invent yourself, as we all do after kids. The fitness will come back, for sure, but the view will always be eternally different with your little ones at home - and it continues to change as they grow and explore…"
Mar 28, 2014
Duane and Jaclyn Roberson posted a blog post

Happy Thoughts

I completed my first trail run since having our son, Rowan. I pushed as hard as I could for as long as I could (no pun intended) and covered 4.4 miles. I felt really strong. But when I returned to the car and checked my new Garmin, I saw that my average mile was 13:41. I had two thoughts:#1, Seriously? Fail.#2, Seriously? Get over it. It's only been 6 weeks.I'm running a lot slower than I did before having Rowan, and I guess I thought I would bounce back a lot quicker. But, if I investigate…See More
Mar 28, 2014

Duane and Jaclyn Roberson's Blog

A BQ on a Broken Ankle

Nothing was shaping up in my favor, as I road the bus to the starting line of the Colorado Marathon. The weather was snowy and cold to start. During the week, I had begun looking for other marathons that I could run to Boston Qualify, in the event that my time was affected by the impeding crappy weather. I'm not sure why I was so concerned, considering that some of my best racing has happened during the winter months. As I finally stepped off the bus, with only minutes to spare, I decided to…

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Posted on May 15, 2016 at 9:00am

A Shout-Out to High-Five Hoodoo

When I first started running, Duane would take me over to Palmer Park to run the Templeton Gap trail. You might be familiar with the trail. It's death in the form of some dirt and rocks. The terrain involves intense, short climbs that will leave you hating running, and your partner, at least it did for me. Duane is also very fast, and I'm pretty sure he could've hiked the 3.8 mile route faster than my beginner legs could run it.



I had a lot of special stops along this run "The…

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Posted on June 21, 2014 at 12:52pm — 1 Comment

Kokopelli Kids!

I spend a lot of the year watching kids run, as a high school cross country and track coach. I love passing on my love of running to young adults, in hopes that they will become life-long runners or college athletes. When I knew the baby was coming in February, I decided to take the spring season of track off. Being a great teacher, coach and mom is very difficult...and being a mom comes first.

Typically, my spring flies by and I jump into the summer feeling like a stranger in…

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Posted on May 23, 2014 at 5:20pm — 1 Comment

Here I Run

The past two weeks of running have been pretty inexplicable. My abilities have changed, daily; and I'm grateful for the natural improvement. Truthfully, I haven't even been trying. It became noticeable a week ago, when I stood at the starting line of Take 5 in the Garden. I had decided to drag my butt off the couch and get moving, but my strategy was to walk every hill and generally take it easy with some 14 minute miles. I was certain that the race would take me over an hour to finish. But,…

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Posted on May 11, 2014 at 9:30pm

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