I've noticed that I tend to use the same three-step paragraph structure whenever a character is in a conversation then does action or vice-versa. It's something like this: Sensha and Howl picked up their pace, jogging up the hill after them while Sensha noticed that Mako had stopped dead in the snow. Her breath skipped when she got close enough to pick out the stocky person sitting on Naga's saddle, holding the reins tightly with a hood almost completely obscuring his face. Even from this distance she could spot his green eyes though. She found herself breaking into a outright sprint, not caring that her legs quickly started to burn with the effort of powering through the thick snow while going up a steep rise. See what I mean? First starts with the character's name, the second starts with a objective pronoun and the last with the personal pronoun. Is that good paragraph structure or is it frowned upon?