The idea is to step up on to the "box" with one foot and swing the other over it.
The latest freaky viral craze taking over social media is the invisible box challenge. It's called the invisible box challenge, and if you've tried it yourself, you've probably discovered that the term "challenge" is an understatement.
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.
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The trick went viral after Texas high school cheerleader Ariel Olivar posted a video perfectly executing the illusion. "It's essentially a one-legged hop where you move the floating foot so it stays over the same spot, but smooth, keeping the cadence of walking". The cheer leader stepped on an "invisible box" and hopped over it.
In a video posted on YouTube, dancer Marcos Grados, from Guadalajara, Mexico, also manages to incorporate the move in to one of his routine. "I realized I had got it down pretty well because of the reactions of my teammates", he told Men's Health. "I just imagined that there was a box and stepped on it".
"You'll notice (the) body rotates toward the leg on the step as well; there's a ton of oblique and ab stability maintaining that position". That will make it look like you're stepping over an invisible box. "I don't think it's hard to try but if you set it as a challenge you will probably want to train for a bit". "Very explosive hip flexor, abdominal and glute strength is what is driving the leg up and over the "box", Ebenezer said.