Burn Boot Camp says it ensures worry-free workouts by scheduling women-only sessions and providing free childcare.
Photo: Burn Boot Camp website
Photo: Burn Boot Camp website

Gym geared towards women, stay-at-home moms opens in N. Fulton cities

A national fitness franchise that’s geared towards women and moms is growing its north Fulton footprint. 

North Carolina-based Burn Boot Camp opened an Alpharetta gym this month, and a Roswell location is expected to open Feb. 19, according to a press release. There is also a gym in Sandy Springs

The company says it ensures worry-free workouts by scheduling women-only sessions before 5 p.m. and providing free childcare with caregivers who have undergone background checks. Co-ed sessions are also available.

Each “camp” involves a 45-minute circuit-style workout.

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The fitness concept was founded in 2012 by husband and wife Devan and Morgan Kline. The franchise has 50 open locations and 177 in various stages of development across 25 states. 

The Alpharetta gym, co-owned by Patrick Hartmann and Ashley Manning, is located at 5950 North Point Parkway. 

The address for the Roswell location, which is owned and operated by Ashley Beasley and Victoria Ciresi, is 12060 Crabapple Road.  

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