U.S. Navy youtuber and active duty sailor Austen Alexander is the unofficial king of military challenges on YouTube. He has previously challenged Olympic swimmer Markus Rogan to the Navy SEAL selection test, CrossFit Games competitor Lauren Fisher to the U.S. Combat Fitness Test, and fellow YouTubers James Charles, Markiplier and Ethan ( CrankGamePlays) from Unnus Annus, to complete the military hurdle. course at Pendleton Camp. And in his latest video, he challenges a SWAT operator, Ken, and a U.S. sailor, Matt, to an epic physical showdown that includes a Battle Bunker obstacle course, a 50-meter sprint, and a sandbag. 50 pounds of 0.39 miles.
The boys make the line to start the obstacle race, which includes rope climbs, rope swings, tire jumps, barbed wire dragging and more. Even though they are neck and neck soon, Ken moves forward and guides most of the time. He finished ahead of Matt, with a time of 1:47. Matt finishes at 1:57, which Alexander points out is still more than 30 seconds faster than his best mark on the field. According to Alexander, the course PR for any competitor who has challenged the obstacle course is 1:33.
They move on to Event 2, the 50-meter sprint. They do it on a dusty flat surface next to the obstacle course and, from the start, Matt is the clear winner.
“You made me dust,” Ken says.
Entering event 3, the 50-pound 50-pound sandbag, are tied up. Therefore, this final event will determine the winner. Alexander adds an additional challenge: the race will be completely uphill.
“Take it one step at a time, pace yourself, breathe, baptize the other person,” Alexander says.
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The boys hold the sandbags on top of one shoulder as they run. Ken takes an early lead, but they both deviate. About halfway through, Ken walks away. And Matt has to walk. Ken is the winner.
“It was tough,” Ken says once he reaches the top of the hill and reaches the finish line. “It seemed heavy to me. It was pretty brutal.”
“I’m broken, I’m dead,” Matt says.
According to Alexander, both boys reached the Top 5 of the overall classification of the course, which he says is “exceptional.”
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