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Need 24 Hour Boxing Gym Name
Posted by Anonymous on
7/16/2006 at 7:50 AM ET
We are opening a small 24 hour boxing and fitness gym in the next 6 months. Looking for a strong name. Your help would be appreicated greeatly.
We will offer self defense classes, cardio training, private lessons and have the normal workout equipment. The gym will service anyone...not just the aspiring boxer.
We will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
7/16/2006 at 8:36 AM
Rocky around the Clocky - Obviously!
7/16/2006 at 10:11 AM
Where the lights NEVER get knocked out. (K O).
7/16/2006 at 10:15 AM
Our lights never get knocked out.
(Sorry, I meant to put this with my first answer.)
7/16/2006 at 10:21 AM
Wow...amazing responses in such a quick timeframe. I am going to continue to review comments for a bit but wanted to thank you all for the input...I am a believer!
7/16/2006 at 5:55 PM
'Quick hands, light feet, sharp minds'
'Fitness that fits you like a glove'
'Health that fits you like a glove'
'When it comes to health, we're in your corner'
'When it comes to fitness, we're in your corner'
'For corporate gladiators'
"for weekend warriors, all week'
'Mix it at any level'
7/17/2006 at 3:56 AM
The 24 X 7 Challenge ................ your route to fitness
Challenge -----------your 24 X 7 fitness route!
7/17/2006 at 4:16 AM
Try these names:
1. Country / Area Boxing Gym
2. Fighting Club
3. New Hope Boxing Gym
4. Golden Gloves Gym
5. Team XYZ (Favourite name ) Boxing gym
6. Champion's Choice Boxing Gym
Please click on the following webpage it will direct you to the list of gyms are available in the world with there address.
I hope this will help!
7/17/2006 at 5:14 AM
Box around the Clock
Workout Play Night & Day
Fitness on Demand
24 Hour Workout
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7/17/2006 at 7:03 AM
workout when you want..24x7
7/18/2006 at 8:12 AM
I really liked Contenders as this was one I thought of as well. I was worried about copying from the TV show. Anyone know the particulars in regards to if this name could be used? It sums up the energy and vision of what I would like the name to communicate.
I like may of the other suggestions as well and will accept an answer today. Again, thanks for all of the input!
The Radial Group
7/18/2006 at 2:32 PM
My reply is based on my firm's experience in working with health/wellness businesses.
1) Couple of thoughts: You said "The gym will service anyone...not just the aspiring boxer." If you include a reference to boxing in the name, you'll turn off people who aren't interested in boxing or have a negative view of it. For example, you probably won't attract women interested in general fitness (unless your focus is kickboxing, and even then...). You also probably won't attract anyone who's relatively unfit. Not saying that's good or bad - depends on your business goals.
Keep in mind that the already-active folks out there have plenty of gyms to choose from. The underserved part of this market is unfit people of all ages/both genders.
2) While folks in this industry often choose names and taglines that they think are cute or clever or plays on words, customers tend to respond best to straightforward names that clearly explain what your business is about.
I'd suggest that you check out whatever name you pick by at least googling it to see if anyone else is already using it. That'll also tell you whether you can register your business name as a domain name. Also do a quick search yourself (it's free) at the US Patent & Trademark Office (
) to see if it's already registered.
Sadly, any name that's especially catchy is probably already taken, and even very small businesses can get cease-and-desist letters when they use names that are already registered...better to check it out upfront and consult an attorney, in our opinion.
We've got guidelines and examples of what to do/not do on choosing names specifically for gyms and similar businesses; EM me if you want them.
7/18/2006 at 8:14 PM
BOXING RING GYM
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