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Posted on: April 18, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Burn Boot Camp Williamsburg Opens

Burn Boot Camp

James City County is pleased to announce that Burn Boot Camp Williamsburg has opened their new fitness facility at 5251 John Tyler Highway, Suite 14 in the Williamsburg Crossing Shopping Center. Burn Boot Camp is a lifestyle fitness facility that inspires, empowers and transforms the lives of busy women and their families.

Burn Boot Camp Williamsburg is owned by Scott Tobin, who also owns Burn Boot Camp Raleigh. The Williamsburg location is managed by Jason Maravich, who has been in the fitness industry for 10 years. Burn Boot Camp workouts are designed to maximize results in just 45 minutes.

“At Burn Boot Camp Williamsburg, we hope to inspire our clients to keep working towards their goals, one day at a time. We want people to persevere towards their goals. After all, Rome wasn’t built in a day,” said Maravich.

Founded in 2012 by husband-and-wife duo Devan and Morgan Kline, Burn Boot Camp is a national fitness concept where like-minded women can come together, build confidence and inspire one another through fitness. Based in Huntersville, NC, the franchise has over 70 locations currently open and nearly 300 in various stages of development across more than 30 states. Other Virginia locations include Fredericksburg, Harrisonburg, Henrico, Lynchburg, Midlothian, Roanoke and Virginia Beach. The franchise runs on a five pillar philosophy focusing on mindset, whole food nutrition, burst training, strength training and environment to achieve success.

For more information, please visit the Burn Boot Camp Williamsburg website, Facebook page or email

Media Contact:
 Amy Jordan, Director of Economic Development

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