functional condition Logo Design Contest

functional condition has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 231 designs from 22 different designers from around the world.
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grantwenger
United States

What We Do

muscle activation techniques assess and corrects muscular imbalances, joint stability, and limitations in range of motion.
personal training. helping people to become to function at an optimal level. Have helped many people return to normal life or high level sports after both major an minor injuries.

Industry

Sport

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - expertise
#2 - experience
#3 - success

Our Target Audience:

25-60 yr for age range, for both male and female. Ideally high level athletes or people into moving well/ general fitness. Also post rehab/injury recovery. People with lingering injuries or back/ hip/ shoulder etc issues that reduce mobility.
people with money

Color Preferences

(red and grey) (red grey and yellow) (green and yellow) (green grey and yellow) (blue and grey) (blue grey and red)

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

a neuro connection. Mind body connection. Something to represent symmetry. Possibly a split with F and C
Like hey go check out FC aka functional condition.
Open to other ideas as well that would represent what the product is. Precise personal training and muscle activation techniques.
Here is a site to help explain MAT
http://muscleactivation.com/ is one of the things I offer.

Themes

Complex
Modern
Refined
Secure

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Clothing

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