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Burn Boot Camp Murfreesboro is Now Open



Burn Boot Camp, currently one of the fastest growing fitness franchises in the US, opened its doors in Murfreesboro on October 1st. Primarily geared towards women, each 45-minute camp offers a circuit style approach to High Intensity Interval Training. Aside from two coed camps in the evening, all other camps are women only, with free childcare available during most sessions.

This is the first of three Middle Tennessee locations for franchise partners Ben and Lisa Hayes and David and Jacquelyn Ragan. David and Ben have partnered on several ventures over the last 10 years, and are excited to see where Burn will take them!

It usually doesn’t take more than one visit to see what sets Burn apart from everything else. It’s about far more than just a workout, it’s about creating a whole new fitness experience. Our goal is bringing together likeminded women (and men) throughout the community and helping them reach his / her overall health and fitness goals. What really sets Burn apart is the culture that’s built from the ground up. It’s an environment that is inviting, encouraging and, most of all, judgment free. For most people, the hardest part is walking through the doors for the first time. It can be especially difficult for those who haven’t been to a gym in a long time or new moms just coming back from having a baby. We are reversing that stigma, at Burn you’re welcomed with a smile and high five from the moment you walk in! It’s important to us to use women of all sizes to showcase what we’re offering. Check out our Facebook or Instagram and you’ll see that Burn is for you. Regardless of how far along you are in your own personal journey, if we work together we can help you reach your goals.

If you’re looking for a whole new approach to fitness, Burn Boot Camp Murfreesboro is the place to start. We have some of the top trainers in the industry! Burn offers an endless variety of exercise modifications to accommodate beginners, advanced athletes and even those with injuries. Located at 1738 West Northfield Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN 37129 in the Georgetown Shopping Center. Stop in and you’ll be greeted with a smile and a high five from the moment you walk in the door.

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