Today's WOD did not begin as a personal WOD for CrossFit Beyond.
But.... by days end.... it was personal.
The reality of today being a special day we decided to rename this WOD "Terry" otherwise known as "Dad"
As most of you know Tim(the morning crusher)'s Dad past unexpectedly this past August and today was his birthday. Today we honor a man who raised one fine man.
Today we have renamed an already existing hero WOD "DT" to "Terry" AND we have officially change the rx'd weight to 165 (upon Sarah Swaisgood's request) and next time we are adding Farmer Carries as a bonus!!
Terry Lee Swaisgood, 65 of rural Polk died Wednesday August 17, 2011as a result of an accident. He was born October 5, 1945 in Ashland the son of Raymond E. and Pauline Wise Swaisgood. He was a 1963 graduate of Ashland High School and was a Diary Farmer for over 40 years. Terry was a Marine Veteran of the Vietnam
Conflict and a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church.
He was a member and past President of Ashland Farm Bureau,
a member of the Ashland FFA Alumni, and the Rowsburg Lions Club. Mr. Swaisgood served on the FSA County Committee in many capacities for 25 years, the Agrimark Board for 13 years, was a 4-H Advisor for Wiggletown boys and worked 4 ½ years at Town & Country-Sterling Branch.
He is survived by his wife, Maxine Light Swaisgood, to whom he was
married March 30, 1968, a son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Sarah
Swaisgood of Malta, NY, a daughter and son-in-law, Traci and Clint
Lozier of Billings, Montana, 5 grandchildren, Jack, Max and Claire
Swaisgood and Cole and Lillie Anna Lozier, two sisters, Barb
Swaisgood of Polk and Becky Wisdom of Loveland, CO, a brother,
Dan Swaisgood of Polk and a step-sister, Sarah Studebaker of
He was preceded in death by his parents and two children, Tamara
Lissa and Trevin Lee Swaisgood.
Tim this WOD was your's today. You were the only one to hit this at 155#.
And although EVERYONE did great, morning and night we had some exceptional women today... Stephanie and Jess hitting this WOD first time using 65#! Women coaches hit this at 95# and our Siena women had great form at 35#.