I’m the host of The Dad Strength Podcast and the founder of Bang Personal Training. And, of course, a dad. My coaching career has been shaped by the practical side of motivation and behaviour change. I don’t sweat perfection; I’m interested in what’s going to work for you right now—and in the long-term.
I began building Dad Strength because I wanted to be a good dad and partner. Important stuff—but not always easy.
Since then, I have had the opportunity to connect with a lot of other purpose-driven dads who feel the same way. We all want to raise healthy, happy kids who are able to thrive in—and contribute to—whatever world they inherit. A parent's role is essential. And dads could use some more support.
Dad Strength's approach to coaching includes access to an awesome, purpose-driven community. You get peer support, strength-based frameworks, and 1-1 coaching. You show up. You do the work. And we all agree to keep the vibes strictly positive.
"Geoff keeps it real — real world advice for real people, living real messy lives, looking for real results."
—Dr Krista Scott-Dixon Director of Curriculum Development: Precision Nutrition
"Geoff's knowledge and expertise is truly impressive."
—Dr Steven Rhee Director of Emergency Medicine: St Joseph's Hospital (Toronto)
"Geoff...is like Mr. Miyagi if Mr. Miyagi were written by Wes Anderson"
—Graham Isador Journalist
I’m not sure if the scheduling will work for me.
No need to get ahead of ourselves. Let's begin with a free consultation to see if we’re a fit for each other—and if schedules align.
I have ADHD. Will this help?
The Dad Strength community has a special love for men with ADHD. It’s time to stop playing catch-up and time to start leveraging your superpowers. Let’s get into it!
Is this therapy?
A: It’s not therapy—but damn if it doesn't feel therapeutic.
Important: if you’re in crisis, please reach out to a mental health professional.
Is 1-1 coaching required?
You have options for group coaching, 1-1, or a combination of both.
What if this doesn’t work for me?
A: It’s important that it does. That’s why you’ve got 14 days to cancel your plan and get a full refund.
How does sliding scale pricing work?
A: It just means that we'll find a rate that works for you—whoever you are. You'll also have the option of supporting access for others.