Or any gal who wrestles with heavy things.
Here are tools you need to have on hand.
Furniture Dolly just a wood frame with four wheels. I put a rope on it to move bulky things
Hand truck. Even if its stuck to the ground you can get the edge of the hand truck under the edge of the box. Use it as a pry bar to lift the object so you can get a wedge under it.
Crow bar works too
If you can get the heavy object tilted up you can do anything. because the higher you tilt it the more of the weight is supported by the floor.
One time I went to the Aquarium store I had been dreaming about buying a 110 gallon glass aquarium for years. Now I had the money for it. Bought the tank at the store and it took four men to carry it out to my truck for me. 3/8 inch thick glass is HEAVY. 228 pounds empty. When I went to leave they asked me If i had someone at home to unload it. I just said Oh I will get my neighbor to help me. they rolled their eyes and said Good luck.
I also bought an oak aquarium stand for it. Which meant I had to get 228 pounds up on a thirty inch high piece of furniture.
When I got home I took the stand in with the furniture dolly.
Then I brought the dolly back and un fastened the tailgate on the truck. YOu know take the support straps off so the tail gate tilted down not level. The truck bed and tailgate were covered with bed liner. Got in the truck ans started sliding that tank. till it was almost balanced on the lip. Just another four or five inches would have made it teeter.
then my whole job after i got out was to brace and guide the tank as it slid off. That took some muscle but not beyond handling a hundred pound bale of hay. Tank came to rest on one narrow edge in the gravel of the driveway. I pushed the dolly under as far as it would go then tipped the tank up onto the dolly and worked it from side to side till it was centered and balanced. YEP dollys will roll on gravel. Not well but they can be maneuvered. I only had to get it to the asphault about thirty inches. Then pushed it to the sidewalk that goes to the front door.
Then The door sill was an issue. It was almost level with the glass on the aquarium. I pushed the aquarium off the dolly and onto the carpet in the house. Then I went inside and tipped the stand down to meet the bottom of the aquarium. Time for muscle. I tilted the aquairium and the stand till the stands leggs dug into the carpet. then lifted the aquarium from the bottom edge and tilted it at the same time. The stand acted as a fulcrum. By the time I was lifting a hundred pounds worth the aquarium was almost to the tip over point along with the stand and I had to brace to slow the whole thing down till it came to rest.
By that time the Aquarium was 75 percent supported by the stand and all I had to do was shove it into place. Now its in the middle of the living room. One end at a time I scooted it into its position along one wall.
For what its worth ONce the aquiarium is full it weighs 1320 pounds. Not something that should be put on anything but a slab floor without inspection of the joists. If you arent sure a sheet of at least half inch thick or more plywood larger than the foot print of the aquarium helps spread out the weight.