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We take pride in the extensive knowledge all of our coaches bring to CrossFit Devils Path. For you as a member, we can provide you with the ability to train and improve any of your chosen areas and improve your health and fitness.  

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CrossFit Head Coach - Wayne 

During my 9 years service in the Royal Navy I realised my heart didn't lie in Engineering but instead lay in a health and wellness capacity, helping individuals reach their goals for a better quality of life.


So personal training ensued for 4 years prior to leaving the armed forces, then a 7 year stint in a mainstream gym with a vast array of conditions and injuries to work with, some very challenging but always rewarding.


I was then introduced to CrossFit roughly 10 years ago, I was instantly hooked and looked in depth to the methodology behind CrossFit. Within 3 weeks I'd booked my Level 1 coaches course, next step was to search for a space of my own to open a Box. This was not plain sailing by any means, the end result though is CrossFit Devils Path. Within our box you'll find an amazing work ethos, passion and professionalism, wrapped up in a community spirit that is like having a second family. Writing this makes me proud to be involved, myself and the Coaching team look forward to sharing your journey.

Why CrossFit? Community, support and suffering!

Favourite Movement? Clean & Jerk (Probably joint first with double unders)

Favourite Workout? 'Nancy' 5 rounds 400m run - 15 OHS

Qualifications: Premier L3 PT | Premier L3 Sports Therapy | Crossfit CFL1 | Crossfit Weightlifting Coach | Currently studying Precision Nutrition Certification

CrossFit Coach - Tom

Why CrossFit? I chose CrossFit so I could learn new skills and constantly be challenged unlike any other training programme.  

Favourite Movement? Ring Muscle Ups. They are a good barometer of where your strength and skills meets, and there is nothing more rewarding than coaching a member to their first!

Favourite Workout? Hero WOD 'Murph'. 1 mile run. 100 pull ups. 200 push ups. 300 air squats. 1 mile run.

CrossFit and the public services are closely linked and this powerful workout reminds me of the suffering our men and women go through on a regular basis.

Tom holds internationally recognised qualifications in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training. (YMCA) and is also a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer (CF-L1).


CrossFit Coach - Dan 

Why CrossFit? CrossFit has changed the way I train for good, having been training for over 13 years and the last 5 just doing CrossFit it has changed my whole attitude towards fitness. The community, the ever changing workouts and the feeling after is a complete package for me. It's like nothing you've experienced before. I like the feeling of being uncomfortable during WODs and pushing myself to it's limit, it's weirdly addictive. 

Favourite Movement? Bar Muscle Ups

Favourite Workout? The Seven.

Dan is qualified in the following: Level 3 Personal Trainer, Level 1 Crossfit Trainer, Precision Nutrition Coach & Faster Global Functional Movement and Biomechanics 

CrossFit and Surrey Weightlifting Coach - Joe

Why CrossFit? I started my Crossfit journey back in 2012 and I haven’t looked back since. I was instantly hooked on the Crossfit training methodology, and everything from the community spirit through to nutrition. Another aspect of Crossfit I love is the competitions, specifically in a team or pairs. In 2016 I decided I wanted to go one step further and coach, so I qualified as a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer, and now take the Olympic lifting classes every Tuesday.  

Favourite Movement? Squat Snatch.

Joe is qualified in the following: CrossFit Level 1 | Precision Nutriton Certified

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CrossFit Coach - Russ

Why CrossFit? I injured my knee at 18, surgeon told me if I injured it again I might not walk again. Lived in a pub playing darts & pool drinking pints and fine dining on assorted bar snack for 10 odd years. My old man, found out he had prostate cancer he was always in the gym and made an amazing full recovery. Asked myself if he had it, it could be genetic if I got it how well would I get over it in my condition? Met Wayne as a PT he introduced me to crossfit and I’ve been a cult member ever since living life better than ever 

Favourite Movement? Over Head Squat

Least Favourite Movement? Thruster or Running

Russell is CrossFit Level 1 qualified

Gymnastics Coach - Libby​

Why CrossFit? I started CrossFit 3 years ago at Uni and found myself there 2 or 3 times a day and decided it was my calling. Of all parts of CrossFit, my most favourite is gymnastics, any body weight movement you can think of really! I love breaking down CrossFit movements and building on top of the standard to teach excellence and proficiency to anyone who learns the movements with me. For a very sweaty, chalky and loud sport, gymnastics is that little bit of peace and perfection in a workout. 


Favourite Movement? Deficit Handstand Push Ups

Least Favourite Movement? Thrusters!

Favourite Workout? Murph - what's better than 100 weighted pull ups?

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CrossFit Coach - Luke

Why CrossFit?

Hi everyone my name is coach Luke Robinson! I’m in charge of the kids programming and CrossFit classes at devils path. I also take wednesday evenings CrossFit sessions and Thursdays ignite circuit class. My passion is to help people change their lives in the simplest and most realistic way possible. I believe everyone deserves the right to good health and to to be happy with themselves inside and out.


I come from a martial arts background having trained in both karate and boxing, with more than 10 years experience in the disciplines. 


I was first exposed to CrossFit in 2014 and instantly knew it was for me. The constant variety in workouts, and exercises as well as the CrossFit community stand out to me in making the sport so enjoyable. 


I’ve been coaching classes since 2016 and found my real passion in the Olympic lifts which I now specialise in. My favourite exercise would have to be the power clean, there’s no sweeter sound to me than the snap of the feet landing on the platform.


I am always available to offer advice and I look forwards to seeing you all in class.

Lauren Holt - Sports Therapist

Lauren is a Graduate Sports Therapist, who specialises in injury treatments, which includes sports massage, rehabilitation and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation (IASTM) which is myofascial release work as well as therapeutic cupping and dry needling.   

My business hours are: 

  • Mon: 9:00 AM - 8:00PM

  • Tue: 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

  • Wed: Closed

  • Thu: 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

  • Fri: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

  • Sat: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

  • Sun:Closed

Please get in touch on 07528 484398

Lauren graduated from Chichester University in 2017. She has since practiced as a Graduate Sports Therapist within the surrounding areas and has come across a vast number or sporting and work related injuries. 



Hi, I'm Lili and will be taking over from Mango and looking after everyone, I'm still little and have a lot to learn. I particularly like playing tug and chewing laces.