OPERATION: ROCK OR ROLL
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Moments ago a distress radio call came into the Search and Rescue station about a severely injured pair of hunters on King Mountain, north of Palmer, Alaska.
Both are injured, but one has a severe compound femur fracture and has lost a lot of blood. The other hunter sustained minor injuries, but is unable to move his partner.
The incident that caused the injuries was a large rock slide, which also completely obstructed the narrow trail on the steep cliff that offers the quickest access to the injured victims.
A rescue helicopter has been called, but due to a previous call will not be able to be on station for 4 hours. The victim with the compound fracture will not last that long. The rescue team must choose either to move clear a path through the rocks or take a narrow trail around the back of the mountain to get to the victims.
Option A: Run 1 mile before not timed
If you choose to clear a path through the fallen rocks (shorter distance – but heavier):
Deadlift – 10,000lbs
Clean – 7,500lbs
Press, Push Press, or Jerk – 5,000lbs
*Scale your weight to your ability and keep track of lifts (i.e. 10 cleans at 95lbs = 950lbs). Mix up lifts as needed. Feel free to change weight as needed.
Note your time from beginning to end of all lifts
If you choose to take the trail around to the other side (longer – but no heavy lifting):
Run 15K (9.6 miles)
Note the time of the run from beginning to end.