Ryan Rogers


MS in Biomechanics with emphasis in Sports Performance, Ball State University

NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Certified Frederick Stretch Therapist

BICP Certified Ride Leader

BICP Level 1 Mountain Bike Skills Coach

Ryan Rogers is a strength and conditioning specialist from Colorado Springs, Colorado. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Colorado State University and went on to earn a master’s degree in biomechanics with an emphasis in sports performance from Ball State University.

Ryan is currently certified through the NSCA as a strength and conditioning specialist, the Stretch to Win Institute as a Frederick Stretch Therapist, and through the BICP as a ride leader and level 1 mountain bike skills coach.

While at Ball State University, Ryan conducted performance research with the men’s and women’s volleyball teams, looking at ballistic training to improve explosive power production. This research was the area he focused on for his thesis. He also completed a three-month internship at The Riekes Center for Human Enhancement in the Bay Area, where he worked with athletes from the junior level up to the professional level on aspects of speed and agility enhancement, strength and power training, and injury rehabilitation and prevention.

Since moving to San Diego in 2001, Ryan has worked at Fitness Quest 10 helping all of his clients achieve a high level of fitness and performance, whether it happens on the athletic field, in the office, or in the home. His workouts combine functional movement in ways that are challenging, exciting, and enjoyable. He believes the human body is an amazing gift and wants everyone he works with to be able to maximize this gift for their benefit.

He has competed in tennis, pickleball, ice hockey, mountain biking, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, and obstacle course competitions. His current passion is mountain biking and mountain bike skills coaching. When he isn’t training clients at Fitness Quest 10, he can be found riding the local trails around Scripps Ranch and Rancho Penasquitos, or helping others learn the skills to enjoy riding the trails themselves.