Ok, ive already asked pretty much the same question, i was overwhelmed by all the Awesome responses i received..I really do appreciate it. Being the first question I asked I wasnt quite expecting such great answers. And I’m extremely greatful. Thank you.
Now all that said…… Would you believe that that name (FemFit Personal Training) got registered only a few days ago!! Grrr. You snooze you lose! So…. Your feedback again would be awesome. What are your thoughts on “FitFem” (as aposed to FemFit) doesn’t really roll off the tongue as easily I don’t think. But it could grow on me. Thoughts? 🙂
Talk about unfortunate timing! I’m sorry to hear someone else claimed it before you could.
I have to agree with you that “FitFem” doesn’t quite roll off the tongue as easily as “FemFit.” Although there’s the possibility of it growing on you in time, what would you do if this doesn’t happen? Also, if you’re already working with clients, have you asked them their opinions on what you should call your company?
Specific names aside, I’m of the opinion that no matter what you call yourself, the value you bring to your services will make or break your business. If you deliver 125% (or more) and exceed the expectations of your clients they can have a tremendously positive impact on the success of your business. They’ll most likely praise your personal training to their family/friends/coworkers /etc. and it really won’t matter what your business is called (within reason). They’ll be too caught up in how awesome you are and how fantastic your approach to training is.
Lastly, did you get a chance to look into the book I recommended in my response to your previous question? If not, I still stand by my suggestion to check out Sam Horn’s book, “POP!: Create the Perfect Pitch, Title, and Tagline for Anything.” Here’s a link to her blog if you’d like to access some free material online: http://samhornpop.wordpress.com/
Best of luck!