That is why they threaten to withdraw

That is why they threaten to withdraw

The “Hurramegrundt” exercise is a challenge that Kompani Lauritzen is known for. On Wednesday’s episode, participants had to carry a piece of wood, known as a “toothpick,” in layers throughout the exercise.

A piece of chocolate is the only solid food they get.

A little food and carrying heavy things causes one of the recruits to faint. Then his teammate struggles.

“HURRAMEGRUNDT”: Recruits had to carry the infamous “toothpick” with them in the Hurramegrundt exercise. Photo: Matty Bernitz

Flying in the flint pennant suspension

When the participants released themselves after breathing on the floor, Thomas Hayes (26) screamed that he was about to pass out.

– You have to speak out loud, says Karina Dahl (37 years old) in panic.

Dahl’s comment causes the banner to react. He explains that team members should see each other, rather than letting them know if they need to rest.

This causes Dahl to turn on all the plugs.

Watch what happened in the video below.

I felt wronged

When TV 2 meets with Dahl, she says she experiences the situation as unfair. The reason for her excitement was for a completely different reason than the banner talk.

In the barracks, Dahl and Hayes share a bunk bed. Dahl speaks warmly of Hayes. The two formed a close friendship in the company.

Thomas is a very kind and reflective type, but he’s probably not the kind of person who talks loudly or tells how he feels, you begin.

– I remember we had a long conversation, the night before Toothpick, about whether he should try to take up a little more space, and dare to speak. He’s an interesting guy who we’d love to hear more from.

Heavy Lifting: Participants had to carry two 60-kilogram pieces of wood called

Heavy Lifting: Participants had to carry two 60-kilogram pieces of wood called “toothpicks.” Photo: Matty Bernitz

When participants put on their “toothpicks,” they look directly at the back of their teammate in front. It was hard to see how people were feeling, Dahl says. Before practice, there was unanimous agreement on the team that everyone had to talk if it was getting too heavy or if they had to stop. However, Hayes does not.

Fail: Thomas Hayes fainted along the way, when the participants were carrying logs with them.  Photo: Matty Bernitz

Fail: Thomas Hayes fainted along the way, when the participants were carrying logs with them. Photo: Matty Bernitz

– Finally he lost consciousness. I get so scared, I jump to my knees and completely panic. I tell him he needs to talk. Then the ensign says: “Nothing You must speakthat it See you».

Comments from Ensign excite Dahl. All this culminates in her desire to retire.

– There was a completely different background to why he said exactly that, because we had a long conversation the day before. The ensign did not understand that. Then it dawned on me, and she says and explains in detail:

– I got very angry. I felt like I was being attacked for not doing my job. But it’s not about that. Then it clicked, to say the least, she says with a laugh.

The artist admits that a little food and weightlifting may have played a part in the short fuse.

Matbet: Participants got a change.  It was the only thing they were allowed to eat.  Photo: Matty Bernitz

Matbet: Participants got a change. It was the only thing they were allowed to eat. Photo: Matty Bernitz

– All in all, everything is getting intense. There and then I felt it was very unfair in a situation where she was supposed to comfort you. I am terrified if people faint. It wasn’t time to attack, but I was probably feeling a little hair out of place. He collapsed a little. The roller blind has come down, to say the least.

became a problem

From the moment recruits set foot in Setnesmoen camp, they are evaluated by the commander. Dahl splits on how she thinks the leader read and evaluated them.

– I think they were good at reading me, but what became a problem for me was that they weren’t with us 24/7. We have conversations in the evening between us. About things that we think are difficult, and that you may not be up to. Although they take a lot with them, there are also things they don’t take with them, she explains.

In certain situations, such as when she passed out, Hayes experienced misunderstandings that could arise because the officer was not aware of the underlying causes.

Sometimes I thought things could be seen as unfair, because they didn’t understand the background to things.

– but there is no room for explaining that “yes, but”. There is no “yes, but”.

UNFAIR: Karina Dahl has faced certain situations as unfair, when the leader was apparently not aware of the underlying explanations.  Photo: Matty Bernitz

UNFAIR: Karina Dahl has faced certain situations as unfair, when the leader was apparently not aware of the underlying explanations. Photo: Matty Bernitz

Thinking of retirement

It’s not just Dahl who is considering retiring from the company. It had previously appeared on TV 2 actor Eben Ackerley (35) who received an ultimatum from the production, as they believed she did not do enough for the filming crews.

– I received a stern reprimand from the production. They said, “If you are no longer on television, it is not appropriate for you to be here.” I experienced it as a kind of warning, though that’s probably too harsh a word. But they advised that if I wanted to continue to be there, I would have to give to the camera to a greater extent than I did.

On Wednesday’s episode, I once again contemplated retirement, but for an entirely different reason. See why in the video below.

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