My name is Brent Roling and I am a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) with a master's degree in nutrition and CPR/AED certifications. I moved to the Agoura Hills, CA area in 2021 after the completion of my third year as the head strength and conditioning coach for University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA.

Throughout my college tenure, I had the distinct privilege of being a scholarship student-athlete for the University of Nevada, Reno (Football- Offensive Line) while obtaining my B.S. in Nutrition.  My passion for strength and conditioning developed early in my athletic career, as our coaches were constantly striving to give us the highest quality training possible. One of the most important things I learned is that “strength” is not just about how much weight you can put up. Strength has to be functional. If it isn’t, you can develop chronic pain, plateaus and an overall sense of resentment toward training.

 The semester after I graduated with my bachelor's, I started pursuing my master's degree in nutrition. Throughout my graduate studies I obtained a 3.9 GPA, was the head TA for the nutrition department, conducted my own research and received the prestigious “Outstanding M.S. Student Award” from the department of Agriculture, Nutrition and Veterinary Sciences. My thesis project revolved around studying the metabolic pathways for fat and cholesterol synthesis, transport, utilization and excretion. Basically, I studied what your body does with fat in between consumption and excretion.

When I was finished with my master’s, I obtained my Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). The CSCS certification is widely-considered the gold standard credential in the fitness industry and certifies holders to train everyone from teens to Olympic athletes. 

I was hired as the strength and conditioning coach at University of Puget Sound in 2018. Since then, I have coached nearly 1,000 athletes and 19 sports. My goal when I was hired was to provide Logger athletes with the safest and most effective comprehensive training program that I possibly could. I wanted them to learn how to eat, sleep and train to achieve their performance goals during and after their athletic careers. Three years later Logger athletes have continually achieved success in conference competition and national recognition. More importantly, I am constantly receiving texts and emails from former athletes that confidently know how to take care of themselves and are living their best lives. Some of them are even my current clients.

My goal for Coach B Strength and Conditioning is not to train you forever. My goal is to work with you until you have the confidence that you know how to take care of yourself for the rest of your life.