Head Coach

 Rich Munton

Rich Munton was born and raised in New Zealand. Growing up as an aspiring stunt double he studied a large variety of martial arts, fought competitively and played rugby, and most other sports through high school. When moving to Los Angeles after college he found Crossfit and began to apply himself to the sport and methodology.

Rich Munton is a competitive athlete and coach that is not only a passionate certified Crossfit trainer, but is dedicated to seeing his clients achieve their goals and exceed their expectations.

His extensive experience of over 4+ years as an undefeated competitive fighter, and 12+ years of martial arts training (Shan Shou, MMA, Zen do Kai, Krav Maga) give him the foundation of knowledge of the human body and how to push one’s limits to achieve their full potential in fitness. Rich also has a history of stunt training and toured with Toronto based company The Arts Engine as stunt coordinator for 6 months, performing shows nationally. Rich is believes in and pushes his clients to be all they can be and challenge themselves in their fitness goals.



Head Weightlifting Coach 

Tiffany Yancey

Tiffany is a full-time coach dedicated to helping people achieve their fitness, health, and athletic goals. A lifetime athlete, she was a nationally ranked equestrian before moving on to a career in the fitness industry. She began as a personal trainer and a competitive bodybuilder in New England before moving to Hong Kong, where she became a successful CrossFit coach and athlete, making it to the Asia Regionals three consecutive years before moving to Los Angeles to begin her career at Trojan Athletics.

Beyond CrossFit, Tiffany’s love for moving heavy weight drew her to Olympic Weightlifting. Now the head coach of TROJAN WEIGHTLIFTING, she has become one of the premier weightlifting coaches in Southern California, coaching athletes to Level 2 and Level 1 National Events, as well as coaching an athlete to a Gold in the Master’s World Cup in 2015



Weightlifting & Crossfit Coach

Matt Bosack

Matt is a coach for Downtown LA Weightlifting. When he’s not training or coaching, he actively competes in both CrossFit and Weightlifting.

As an Army brat, Matt grew up all over the world. He was a three-sport athlete in high school where he ran cross-country, wrestled, and played baseball. Fitness continued to be very important in college and beyond, but after doing the globo-gym routine for years, he wanted a change.

After his first CrossFit workout, he was hooked. Getting into CrossFit was a life-changing experience, and now he wants to share that with everyone. He genuinely believes that every person – no matter their age, size, or athletic ability – can benefit from CrossFit, and he applies that passion in his coaching.

CrossFit is how Matt was first introduced to Weightlifting, and his interest in the sport grew quickly. He trained under the fine coaches at Waxman’s Gym in Lawndale, California, and advanced his knowledge further through seminars and training camps with some of the world’s greatest coaches and weightlifters, including Zygmunt Smalcerz, Ilya Ilyin, Dmitry Klokov, Vasily Polovnikov, Oksana Slivenko, and Vladirmir Safonov. Having learned under the Russian system of weightlifting, he applies those foundations and core concepts in the training and programs created for DTLAW.

Feel free to contact me at mbo@trojancrossfit.com




Davon Geralds

Crossfit Coach

Davon has been a competitive athlete since the age of 10. He started out playing baseball and basketball, and a few years later would pick up wrestling, football and track and field. In high school, he went on to excel in wresting and football. It was football, however, that he chose as his main sport, and in 2004, he committed to playing fullback for Michigan State University.

When his football career ended, his journey in athletics and fitness was just beginning. He studied Muay Thai, which led him to Mixed Martial Arts. Through MMA, he stumbled upon CrossFit as a way to condition for fights. After getting his butt whipped during his first WOD, he knew CrossFit was something he needed to do more often.

In 2011, he moved to Boston, where he trained in CrossFit, competing in 6 to 8 competitions a year. But what started out as a desire to be a competitive athlete grew into a desire to help others when he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Since then, he’s dedicated himself to helping people live a healthy lifestyle.