I agree with @Steve_O. The execution almost comes off as confident (which is good) or aggressive (which is bad). What I mean by that is the ‘q’ and ‘p’ look like the arms/hands are on the ‘waist’ and the ‘chest’ is puffed up and comes across as aggressive (just a thought). So I would also come up with a few more figures keeping tone and figurative-abstract body language in mind.
Also, the name itself–while odd, is unique. Has there been any discussion as to a certain typeface, or custom font? The horse may have left the barn on that, I just think these abstract figures for use in fitness/therapy are oversaturated. It’s difficult to stand out in a sea of sameness.