I never liked gym culture but I founded a gym. Isn’t that weird?
My own love of exercise came from learning how good it made me feel. I came to view it as an essential supplement to my enjoyment of life. Movement helped me think better, sleep better, and feel better. So, we became a source for the best personal trainer in Toronto.
I wanted to share that benefit—but in a way that aligned with my values. So I developed Bang. Here, you’ll feel comfortable enough to get uncomfortable and the do work that will move you forward.
We are proud to say we run a great personal training studio featuring the best personal trainer in Toronto.
Vivek is a coach’s coach. He has a quiet approach and an uncanny ability to pinpoint your next important step.
Vivek has worked with athletes at all levels and competed in Olympic weightlifting.
BKin; PN Level II Nutrition Coach
Miles is all about better living through movement. He is a salsa dancer, Olympic weightlifter, and ice cream aficionado.
Miles is an expert in helping the gym translate into real life.
BKin, pursing a Master's in Physiotherapy
Betty knows movement. She is a a gifted coach with a keen eye and tremendous curiosity.
Betty played Ultimate Frisbee competitively at U of T and continues to work with team members.
Steve is an experienced strength coach, a former Queen’s University lineman, and holds the title of Grand inquisitor at Bang Fitness.
He has a fiercely loyal following among clients and attendees of Strongman, Strongwoman and Advanced Kettlebell classes.
Dr. Chris is an experienced chiropractor who takes a modern, progressive approach to rehabilitation and performance-oriented therapy.
From Active Release Technique (ART) to movement-based approaches, he’ll help you manage injuries and pain—and get on track faster.
MScPT; HBSc Kin
Omid is a physiotherapist and run coach, who integrates a holistic approach in addressing the needs of his patients. He adopts a hybrid treatment style, which is often a mix of manual techniques and active rehab.
Whether he is seeing people in proactive or reactive states, the goal remains the same: individualize treatment and optimize function.