Burn Boot Camp To Open In Chattanooga

National Fitness Franchise Establishes Community For Local Mothers And Women

Thursday, January 4, 2018

As health and fitness continue to stay top of mind for Chattanooga-area residents, Burn Boot Camp, a national fitness franchise, has announced a new location coming to the market. Situated at 6413 Lee Highway Suite 113, the new concept will be opening on Monday, to help clients achieve their fitness goals.

 

In celebration of the Chattanooga location’s grand opening, community members are invited to meet the team for a tour of the facility, a “burst training” demonstration, and hear from women who’ve experienced success with the Burn Boot Camp program on Sunday, at 2 p.

m. Those who attend the orientation event will also receive an exclusive introductory promotion for a 30-day membership for free.

 

The Chattanooga Burn Boot Camp location will be owned and operated by Amber Miller. Ms. Miller, a former Burn Boot Camp client, began to find that her career as an adult sports league coordinator was interfering with her health and fitness goals. After speaking with a friend, a Burn Boot Camp franchisee in Kansas, she began to consider owning a location of her own. Her strong passion for the brand and belief in the workout led her to open Chattanooga’s first location in order to give others the opportunity of having a stress-free, healthy lifestyle. 

 

“The workout clients receive at Burn Boot Camp is effective and empowering, and we’re excited for Chattanooga residents to try it out first hand,” said Ms. Miller. “The sense of community our clients experience is unique and palpable. Seeing people from various fitness levels come together and support each other during the camps is amazing.”

 

Each camp involves a 45-minute circuit style workout comprised of 72 different styles and 15 different formats, e.g. HIIT training, suspension training, etc. Burn Boot Camp has a stringent recruiting program for trainers with every session led by an NCCA-accredited certified personal trainer who creates new, innovative programs daily so attendees never do the same workout twice. Clients learn far more than just healthy eating and exercise tips at Burn Boot Camp, as the concept strays from the competition by operating on a five pillar philosophy to help clients achieve success: mindset, nutrition, burst training, strength training, and positive environment. 

 

“Amber is joining the strong network of Burn Boot Camp franchise operators at an exciting growth point for the brand,” said Devan Kline, CEO and co-founder of Burn Boot Camp. “The Chattanooga location will be well on its way of transforming the lives of local residents and creating a meaningful community environment under their guidance.”

 

Members are not required to register for camps in advance to reserve a spot, but rather enjoy flexibility in selecting camps that fit with their schedules. The fitness concept also provides a convenient environment for women, ensuring a worry-free workout; all sessions before 5 p.m. are only available to women, and child care is available for mothers free of charge while they’re on-campus.

 


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