Burn Boot Camp Fair Lakes interior

Burn Boot Camp's new Fair Lakes facility offers group fitness workouts on a special floor designed to prevent injuries. 

A Burn Boot Camp franchisee has opened their third Northern Virginia location, in the Fair Lakes Promenade Shopping Center, and plans to open a fourth site, in Westfields, later this fall.

Fairfax native Jon Metzger and his wife, Rebecca, also have franchise locations in Gainesville and South Riding.

Jon & Rebecca Metzger

Jon and Rebecca Metzger, owners of Burn Boot Camp.

“As a former professional athlete, I am amazed how I am continuously challenged during every camp, every day. I am challenged both mentally and physically,” Metzger said. “The unique opportunity to allow members at any fitness level to workout side by side and be challenged together really makes a difference."

Burn Boot Camp offers group fitness workouts to members led by certified trainers in an atmosphere that has the benefits of personal training with the community support of group fitness. Camps are 45-minutes long and are a combination of strength and high-intensity interval training. Camps are held on a "floating Floor," which protects members’ joints and helps prevent injury.

Burn Boot Camp has over 340 franchise locations nationwide, including more than 10 altogether in Northern Virginia. 

"The experience we offer at our Burn Boot Camp locations is something Rebecca and I are truly proud of and extremely passionate about,” Metzger said.

Camps are designed to ensure no two workouts are the same. Burn Boot Camp also offers complimentary Childwatch.

For more information email fairlakesva@burnbootcamp.com or visit www.burnbootcamp.com/fair-lakes-va.


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