I would contact a lawyer. An intellectual patent might be something worth securing.
A lawyer would help answer this best however.
Best of luck,
Hello Mohamed Amr,
If you still insist, I would contact a few lawyers to get a ballpark figure. Like everyone else suggests, I have also been doing “health coaching” long before it was a “career”. No one else can possibly be you; so, be the best you possible and do not fret…not all business is good business anyway. Do your best, go with your instincts and knowledge to rest easy at bedtime.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.
Do you have a program that you want to sell to others, using your brand name? That, in my opinion, is the reason to trademark a brand name.
It’s very hard to copyright a workout. Dancers can copyright pieces of choreography, but it’s a long series of unique steps assembled in a specific order.
People use my dance choreography all the time, since I mentor other instructors. What they can never replicate is ME. It’s not just my moves, it’s how I deliver them, break them down, the energy I project, etc. So perhaps consider how much of your workout is your unique methodology and movements, versus how much is simply YOU. You may not need either a trademark or a copyright.