Texas cheerleader's invisible box challenge goes viral

Texas cheerleader's invisible box challenge goes viral

The trend first started this summer when Dontez Hines, a defensive back at Anderson University in IN, demonstrated the stunt in a viral video on Twitter.

However, many Internet users have been left dazed and confused wondering how the trick actually works. Judy John Baptiste, a dance teacher at the Basement Dance Studio, says imagining the box is the "first and foremost" thing you need to do.

This weekend, video of a Manvel, Texas high school varsity cheer leader went viral, earning over 94,000 retweets all thanks to her "Invisible Box". Forget planking, cinnamon eating, ice-bucket pouring, mannequin standing and bottle flipping: December 2017 is all about pretending to step on to an invisible box. Yes, I'm talking about all the people who are hopping over "invisible boxes"!

We even found a wannabee break dancer from Hungary, but he couldn't pull off the move.

See some of the attempts below and remember safety first. "I realized I had got it down pretty well because of the reactions of my teammates", he told Men's Health.

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"All [the] hip stabilisers on the right side are firing on overtime to hold that hip in position", he said.

But do you know impossible it is to step on air?

But the moving leg that hops forward faces a greater challenge.

While we sit and watch that video on loop, there were several others who shared their failed attempts to the challenge and honestly, they are hilarious. "Very explosive hip flexor, abdominal and glute strength is what is driving the leg up and over the "box", Ebenezer said.

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