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Train the Trainer Boston: 7 new 261 Coaches

It is our great pleasure to introduce 7 new 261 Coaches to you after a fruitful Train the Trainer course in Boston!

It is our pleasure to introduce you to 7 newly certified coaches. Trained by Melissa Stringer and Karen Dinger this past weekend, these ladies are now set to share 261 Fearless within the Greater Boston area.


Colleen Chin of Milton, MA has experienced the empowerment running can offer and encourages other women to get out there and take control. Colleen can often be overheard telling others her mantra, "It's not how hard you fall, but how fast you get up that matters".


Marjory Kaplan of Wayland, MA looks to 261 Fearless as an opportunity to help women that combines her skills, interests and desire to give back.


Jo Muttini of South Boston, MA has a passion for motivating others and joins 261 Fearless in hopes of sharing the life changing benefits of running, health and fitness with women.


Susan Myers of Brookline, MA loves the power running has to push people beyond barriers and achieve what they once believed to be impossible.


Kelly O'Gara of Hanover, MA has a running motto of "slow and steady finishes the race" meaning the finish line is a fixed location so any forward progress, no matter how tough, slow, uncoordinated, awkward or whatever, will get you to the goal.


Angela Tanya of Revere, MA loves to motivate people to push themselves and prove to them that they can do anything.


Judy Watkins of East Falmouth, MA has experienced running multiple distances and has served in coaching roles for running walking and cycling.

Please join us in warmly welcoming our newest leaders in the 261 Fearless community!

If you're interested in completing our Train the Trainer course, apply now.


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