We recommend moving blankets, stretch film, rolling platforms, lifting straps, hand trolleys, mooring straps, furniture sliders and packing tape. Ultimately, you'll need to decide what shape is best for you based on the object you're trying to move. If possible, you might consider using coasters. Moving an object that is in the coasters can allow a smaller person to move a very heavy object, as long as they can make it turn from the beginning.
It's always a good idea to use bubble wrap, furniture blankets, or pads to protect your expensive items while moving. When you are going to move a stone, you usually don't move, or do something that you know you tend to bend before you know it, nor do you do an activity that is new to you. Instead of pulling on the blanket or towel to move the heavy object, you can consider pushing it. Sofas, desks, tables, and other heavy furniture can be difficult to move with other people, much less if you're alone.
Follow the instructions in this post, practice squats and you'll be able to move heavy objects better. Look for mobile straps that can be adjusted for objects of different lengths, as well as for objects of different sizes. I was able to move the ratchet lever with one hand and steer the generator down the ramps with the other. In this context, this means that when you're trying to move an object, you'll have to exert the same force whether you push it or pull it.
If you can't do squats to move a heavy object, you should hire someone to do it. Climbing an incline or maneuvering an object in transit can also require excessive force and result in injuries to many different parts of the body. As long as you have a ramp that has the right proportions and is positioned correctly, you'll find it much easier to move larger and heavier objects. For example, if you're moving a sofa, make sure it goes through the door frame before trying to lift it.