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Help me choose (or recommend an alternative) hero title?

I can change the sizing so that the second option is only 2 lines instead of 3.

author WBE User

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I’m not really in that domain, but it looks like “experienced lifters” could include both? Maybe Suvojit Manna has a more relevant opinion on this

writen by Luca Restagno (ikoichi on Twitter)

I would go with the first one. For me always that is shorter is better as it doesn’t require that much effort from the user to understand it

writen by Borja Soler

I’m also not really in the domain but would tend to the first one as well

writen by Benedikt

def :one:, 2nd is just too long and people will understand it

writen by Peter Kowalczyk

Thank you guys! The first one has been chosen!! Appreciate the replies

writen by WBE User

For sure Suvojit Manna can give you the best feedback because he is our weight lifting champion. And I believe Kirill Rogovoy also practices the sport right?

writen by Tiago Ferreira

but yes, also 1

writen by Tiago Ferreira

I prefer the first one too, it gets to the point without being long!

writen by Suvojit Manna

Hey, I lift too. If we are talking about the headline, I lean towards the shorter option, and I’d even consider dropping the word ‘experienced’.

For one, for both newbies and regulars, the line between ‘experienced’ and ‘not experienced’ is pretty blurry. It might create an impression that I have to be some sort of a guru to use it while it seems like if I just squat-bench-deadlift and want to keep the log, I can use your app already.

There’s also some tension between the word ‘micro’ in the name and the word ‘experienced’.

If you still feel that you need a strong adjective there, consider adding it for ‘workout tracking’, e.g. ‘Frictionless workout tracking for lifters’.

By the way, the words ‘workout’ and ‘lifters’ are too close in their meaning. I’d think about dropping the former: ‘[Adj] tracking for lifters’

writen by Kirill Rogovoy

Sorry for a long read. My coffee makes me want to write but never re-read what I’m writing. YOLO

writen by Kirill Rogovoy

> Frictionless workout tracking for lifters

writen by WBE User

This is beautiful!!

writen by WBE User

Please don’t apologize, I am extremely thankful for any and all feedback!

writen by WBE User

Micro comes from the antonym Macro (like macro nutrients) which is my second app (macro tracking)

writen by WBE User

We have the main business and then micro apps that branch below it

writen by WBE User

Micro Fitness is one of them

writen by WBE User

> Micro comes from the antonym Macro (like macro nutrients) which is my second app (macro tracking) Aaaah. Well, it makes sense. If the Micro’s customers know it. :smile:

writen by Kirill Rogovoy

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