Geoff King currently serves as a Sports Performance Coach/Linear Speed Specialist, specializing in the dynamics and proper mechanics of linear speed and agility training. Geoff also teaches explosive strength, agility, and speed training in a wide variety of sports, including track, basketball, dry land swimming, and soccer. Geoff has played an intricate part in prepping professional, and prospective professional athletes for training and high level competition.
After a State Runner-up finish in the 200m Dash Geoff started his athletic and academic career at Ball St. University, running for the Cardinal during the 2003-2004 season. He then transferred to Bethel College where he obtained a bachelors degree in Adolescent Studies & Youth Ministry, and was a four time All-American in Track and Field. Geoff currently holds the 100m, 200m records at Bethel College, and at one point also held the 400m record along with being part of the 4×1 and 4×4 relay record holding teams. Along with four All-American finishes Geoff also had six top eight finishes at NAIA Championship meets. Geoff was also a 15 time NCCAA All-American, 11 time Conference Champion, three time All-Conference Selection and was awarded the Ron Paulsen and Wheeler Awards for excellence in scholarship and athletics his senior season. After college Geoff began training in pursuit of a Track and Field career but was hampered by injury. King then began coaching collegiate Track and Field at Bethel College, where he coached four seasons, with the last two as the head of sprints. As a coach, Geoff helped coach numerous top ten National finishers and All-Americans in the Hurdles, 4×1 and 4×4 Relays, as well as the 400m dash.
Outside of coaching, Geoff enjoys family and helping youth and athletes pursue excellence in all areas of their lives. Geoff states, ” Over the past several years I’ve been able to play an intricate role in preparing and placing athletes in a position to compete at a high level. My current passion is to continue helping others pursue successful athletic careers, and healthy life styles by being a positive example of excellence, character and dedication. If one can incoorporate those three traits into their training then I believe there is no ceiling on what they can personally achieve”.