Run to Remember Half Marathon Recap

Mastermind Weekend 1/16

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I'm Tina

I’m the owner of Carrots β€˜N’ Cake as well as a Certified Nutrition Coach and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P). I use macros and functional nutrition to help women find balance within their diets while achieving their body composition goals.


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I never wanted a race to end so badly, but I crossed the finish line at the Run to Remember with a smile on my face.

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I didn’t set a new PR, but I achieved my running goal for the year! :mrgreen:

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Yesterday’s heat and humidity totally kicked my butt, but I listened to my body and walked through every water station while taking in fluids.

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My knee didn’t hurt AT ALL during the race, which reminded me that running is a gift.

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I didn’t run my best half marathon (I finished in 2:03:57), but there will be more races.

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And more chances to PR!



  1. I’m so excited for your success. I am new to running and had to stop due to a knee injury. Physical Therapy is in my future too. Your earlier story about your knee and hip helps me stay hopeful.
    Really excited for you.

  2. Always more races and more chances to PR! Haha. I wished you good luck in the race on your previous post, even though this report was already in my feed reader. I’m a little behind!

  3. Love your attitude:) You are right…plenty more races and yes it is a gift to be able to run at all! Hope you have a great day!

  4. It was so hot and humid yesterday on that course! I was so thankful it was over not too long after the clouds broke, glad to hear you made it through and your knee held up πŸ™‚ Your PR will come.

  5. Congratulations Tina, you should be proud of yourself for finishing strong despite some intense heat and humid and having weathered an injury. I know how frustrating it can be when you get a lot of momentum with racing and then you have a race that isn’t your best, but it can be really motivating too!

  6. This was my first Half Marathon and while the heat was brutal, it was a great crowd. Met a fellow runner around mile 9 who really helped me get through the last 4 miles (especially mile 13 where i just wanted to walk so badly – she wouldn’t let me. “We’re not going to walk the last mile!”) Congrats to everyone who ran!

  7. Congratulations! I ran this as well (my first half) and the humidity really was terrible but I had fun anyways — more so after I finished haha. πŸ™‚

  8. Nice job, Tina! I’m glad to hear that your knee didn’t bother you — that’s wonderful! You ran an awesome race, especially considering the heat!

    I ran in Newport, RI yesterday, and found the combination of fog/humidity to be kind of difficult to manage, to say the least. Weather conditions definitely play a huge role in your run. I find that my runs are generally not as good in the summer, unless I wake up at 5 am πŸ™‚

  9. I didn’t set a PR either on that course. I realized I hadn’t hydrated the day before and it was hot! Speed stopped mattering once I saw people on the side of the road getting oxygen – I was just grateful to be healthy and upright!

  10. Congrats on the race, Tina. I also ran the Race to Remember and found it super tough to get through because of the heat. You weren’t the only one whose butt got kicked πŸ˜‰

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