Welcome to six new coaches!
The UK hosted a Train the Trainer course in Solihull, Birmingham over the weekend of the 1st to the 3rd of March 2019 and six new women became certified 261 Fearless Coaches.
This Train the Trainer was held for women who were members of existing clubs in the UK to step up and become coaches to help their clubs grow and thrive. Alongside five British women, (Claire, Stephanie, Becca, Carolyn and Sandi) we were delighted to have Kim from 261 Fearless Club Mumbai who had flown in specially to complete the course and become a coach for her club in India.
Everyone had a fantastic weekend. With a mix of theory and practical sessions, our coaches were fascinated to learn more about 261 Fearless and the background, research and theories that underpin the methods used within a 261 Fearless meetrun. As usual, women arrived as strangers and left as friends. A 261 Fearless Train the Trainer course can be a moving experience as women realise the power that they have to influence and improve the health, wellbeing and lives of other women. Couple that with the fun and laughter that any 261 event brings and it’s a magical experience. Exhausting too!
You never forget who you completed your Train the Trainer with and this course will be no exception as strong bonds were formed between the women. We can’t wait to see them flourish in their coaching roles.
Are you interested in becoming a 261 Fearless Coach and leading a club in your area? We want to hear from you. Please get in touch with us via this page.
Sharon bowles (03.09.2019)
I already hold a coach in running fitness with England athletics . Could I still benefit from your courses
Zoey Moger (03.09.2019)
Hi,I am based near Tamworth Staffordshire actually living in a small Village in Warwickshire.Been running on and off for years but I've stuck at it this time for 9 months, average 5k time is 40 minutesI would love to take the next step motivatin