#1. "RE: Creative and distinctive names for a gym" In response to Reply # 0
Lookers Zero To Sexy Club Shape Fitness Finess Cruzin Curves The Fitness Factor The Joy of Losing Cruzin N Losin Slim, Silly Bodacious Bodies Keep On Losin' Handsome & Slender Workout Wonders Always Fit Wham Workouts Booty Bodies The Body Society
#10. "RE: Creative and distinctive names for a gym" In response to Reply # 2
>I can't think of one right now but make sure that whatever >name you choose it will work for men and women and not >embarrass either one to attend. Good luck to yo
That's an excellent point, Laura. Prospective customers might be anyone from 20-year olds (male or female) into body-building to senior citizens interested in improving their cardiovascular system. Among John's excellent list of names, The Fitness Factor and Always Fit are two that, in my opinion, would have universal appeal.
#3. "RE: Creative and distinctive names for a gym" In response to Reply # 1
Wow, these names are so wonderful I think I should start up a gym:-) Instead of a small retail garden center. But alas, I am more of a digger than a weight-lifter. Oh gosh if you could manifest a name I would love you forever and send you a petunia or two.
Here is the outline...small because the space is small and cheap, a potting shed kind of outbuilding in what will be an art/antique/shabby chic place in a wonderful old building. Except of course I am outside the main building. The space has an old water holding tank, a strange old sink from the forties (I believe) wood and tin walls. It is so weird; it is me and perfect for a plantswoman who is a closet florist. In fact I do living plant arrangements, potted gardens, will have bonsai and my own brand of potting soil(whatever the heck I will call that?...egads, a gardener must become a wordsworker. I need help and the suggestions here are so wonderful.
#4. "RE: gym name please" In response to Reply # 0
I like the name "Fitness Factor" that John C suggested the best. I kinda thought of another name based on John's suggestion. How about "Zero to Hero"? But I think I would only use the name "Zero to Hero", if you gym is going to be mostly targeted to guys who do some serious lifting. If your gym is going to be an all inclusive club which offers fitness for everyone in every type of exercise, then I think "Fitness Factor" is the way to go. It's trendy and it covers just about every customer who would be using your gym.