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    Need some help here folks....

    As some of you know I'm about to start up my Diet and Training Consultation business online.... well I need to come up with a name for it. I had a few really good suggestions like Lonestar Diet and Training and Texas Big Diets and Training... but I am planning on moving up near Boston... so I need to come up with something.... I'm open for suggestions and please keep it serious....

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    Double D Fitness

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    how bout "Man Made Body's"...you could have a slogan that says..."your were givin a body, now build it they way you want it"

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    that sounds good..

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    "Next Level Nutrition and Training"

    When I was dba in mass, I used this name solely because most of the people looking for the kind of consulting i was offering (and I assume the kind that you are) were not your average gym goer, but rather guys or gals who had some real experience but had taken themselves as far as they believed they could on their own. Most people believe that most personal trainers and nutritionists are able to tailor to a beginner off the street but not much more advanced (and this is justified all too often). I found that just including "next level" in the dba name immediately dispelled that notion and gave me an aura of authority that other, probably more technically qualified providers lacked.

    If not that name, something that similarly conveys that notion. If you do want that name in Mass, I have no idea whether my dba expired...but if it didn't, i'd be happy to relinquish it to you. For a price.......your firstborn's indentured servitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGreen
    "Next Level Nutrition and Training"

    When I was dba in mass, I used this name solely because most of the people looking for the kind of consulting i was offering (and I assume the kind that you are) were not your average gym goer, but rather guys or gals who had some real experience but had taken themselves as far as they believed they could on their own. Most people believe that most personal trainers and nutritionists are able to tailor to a beginner off the street but not much more advanced (and this is justified all too often). I found that just including "next level" in the dba name immediately dispelled that notion and gave me an aura of authority that other, probably more technically qualified providers lacked.

    If not that name, something that similarly conveys that notion. If you do want that name in Mass, I have no idea whether my dba expired...but if it didn't, i'd be happy to relinquish it to you. For a price.......your firstborn's indentured servitude.
    I like it.... but I would never hand over my daughter like that.....I'll give ya my boy though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG TEXAN
    I like it.... but I would never hand over my daughter like that.....I'll give ya my boy though....
    If he can work a lawn mower and is good around the house you've got yourself a deal.

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    Well for a 1 year old... yea he can hold his own....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG TEXAN
    Well for a 1 year old... yea he can hold his own....
    Excellent, at one he has but hardly begun to discern between right and wrong and I can thus mold him in my own divine image. Together he and I shall rule New England (or at least the cape) with an iron fist. Our word will be law, our whims justice and our meanderings governance. The blood of the nonbelievers will overflow the banks of Connecticut River as all of you fools dance like the puppets you are upon our stage of melancholy tragedy. Dance puppets......DANCE!!!

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    As far as an name goes . . . you want it simple, and visual so folks will remember it.
    Something like "Monster Training" or "MuscleMan Diet & Training," but the shorter, the better. "Cutesy" names suck. If you mean to provide a no BS service, promise nothing but blood, sweat, tears, and results, be direct and to the point.


    . . MonsterBody Diets & Training
    . . . Blood - Sweat - Tears
    Serious Workouts for Serious Results

    Something like that . . . if you use something like "New England Training" it implies you cover 6 states, and doesn't tell what you train.
    Yah, as simple and as direct and as clear as possible.
    -Tock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tock
    . . . Blood - Sweat - Tears
    I like this one a lot.

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    How about:

    Big Texan Diet and Fitness

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGreen
    Excellent, at one he has but hardly begun to discern between right and wrong and I can thus mold him in my own divine image. Together he and I shall rule New England (or at least the cape) with an iron fist. Our word will be law, our whims justice and our meanderings governance. The blood of the nonbelievers will overflow the banks of Connecticut River as all of you fools dance like the puppets you are upon our stage of melancholy tragedy. Dance puppets......DANCE!!!
    BG..... ya know those happy pills the docs told ya to take 2 of every morning.....I think ya might need to double the dose bro.

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    Big T's Steak n Fries oh wait...

    Paradigim Fitness..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG TEXAN
    BG..... ya know those happy pills the docs told ya to take 2 of every morning.....I think ya might need to double the dose bro.
    Woah, you think he was actually *serious* about me taking those things?? I was under the impression that he was "suggesting" I take them but not requiring them. Hmmmm...this does in fact change some things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGreen
    Woah, you think he was actually *serious* about me taking those things?? I was under the impression that he was "suggesting" I take them but not requiring them. Hmmmm...this does in fact change some things.
    ****...I have missed your humor...glad to be back here at AR. Now... we will see if New England is ready for your upper class, old money wit and my southern,across the tracks, street smart charm.

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    Writer's block!!! Heck I had a hard enough time naming my son.

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