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    Garage Gym

    I have started to do some personal training and now have an old school type set up in my garage but I am struggle to come up with a name and was wondering if anyone has any good names they could help me come up with.

    Thank you, Jason
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    I can't imagine you'd ever NEED a name for your garage!
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    Not name the garage but name the PT business just trying to describe where I am training
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    You should probably have a client friendly name unless your training hardcore athletes only.
    Perspective clients could get turned off by aggressive name like ( Savage fitness gym)or something like that.
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    Originally Posted by Garage Rat View Post
    You should probably have a client friendly name unless your training hardcore athletes only.
    Perspective clients could get turned off by aggressive name like ( Savage fitness gym)or something like that.
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    Originally Posted by jayricpe View Post
    I have started to do some personal training and now have an old school type set up in my garage but I am struggle to come up with a name and was wondering if anyone has any good names they could help me come up with.

    Thank you, Jason
    You should try to create some sort of philosophy and have a mission statement. The name of your gym should reflect that.

    Four instance if you had a gym called "4 corners fitness" you would name it that because you emphasize the 4 corners of physical fitness blah blah blah. Not saying you should name it that just trying to give you an idea where I'm coming from. Just look at a business like crossfit. The name applies to their jack of all trades style of training. It works well regardless of how much crossfit actually sucks.
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