Hi, In 2 weeks I will open my own little gym in hamburg germany. its purpose is strength and conditioning training for athletes. it will be a pretty small gym in the beginning with only the most important things.
In my city , I am the first one to open such a gym a la Joe DeFranco, which is dedicated to only help people who are serious about working out.
My problem now is, that I cannot think of a cool and catchy name for this project, this is where you come in. I wanted to ask you about ideas.
I would like something tough, that immediately makes you think of real tough athletes or human beings. whatever… I think you get the picture.
Thanks for your help
Well, since you are in Hamburg and going to a gym helps people, how about Hamburger Helper?
ahh not really… i want something tough, where you automatically think of tough SOBÂ´s… who will lift a car and then do a depth jump with it onto a house
I doubt we’re going to be able to help you. A lot of our cool and catchy names involve plays on words, and things like that simply don’t translate.
i want an english name.
some ideas that i had so far are:
level 5 athletics
higher level athletics
another level athletics
pro sport athletics
i am kinda stuck. so help in that way would really come in handy:
Well, since you are in Hamburg and going to a gym helps people, how about Hamburger Helper? [/quote]
Haha that one had me laughing!
how about …
oh , sorry…that was pretty bad
How about German Engineering or German Engineered Athletics?
“Just Lift Gym”
“Blood Sweat Gym”
If you catered to female lifters - Bar Belles (sorry, my punny mind can’t resist…)
Body by Iron (or Iron Body/Bodies, or Sculpted by Steel or Strength by Steel)
For the above you’d probably need to add something to make it clear it’s a gym - such as “Iron Works Bodybuilding” or something that your local clientel would recognize as a bodybuilding/gym establishment.
Apologies to any existing gyms with the suggested names.
ahh not really… i want something tough, where you automatically think of tough SOBÂ´s… who will lift a car and then do a depth jump with it onto a house[/quote]
Nick Danger, I liked your suggestions… will be thinking about it a little more.
Higher Level Athletics
although, isn’t track and field referred to as “athletics” outside of the US?
track and field is called “light athletics”
whereas weightlifting is called “heavy athletics”