Why This Cheerleader's Mind-Blowing Invisible Box Stunt Is Sweeping the Internet

Why This Cheerleader's Mind-Blowing Invisible Box Stunt Is Sweeping the Internet

Why This Cheerleader's Mind-Blowing Invisible Box Stunt Is Sweeping the Internet

Dontez Hines, an Anderson University football player, is another pro when it comes to the "invisible box" step.

To do the trick, people have to step onto the "box" with one foot, and swing the other over it.

Other videos show internet users hilariously stumbling over their feet. There has been a new entry to the long list of time-wasting sensations taking the internet by storm.

After trends like the Ice Bucket Challenge, bottle flip challenge, mannequin challenge, cinnamon challenge, here is the new online fad that involves nothing the "invisible box". 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. For example, a video from 2014 shows a group of dancers pulling it off.

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See some of the attempts below and remember safety first. So, we're betting you're wondering how exactly this trick is pulled off.

So the performer has to essentially hop forward on one foot while keeping the other fixed in mid-air. "I realized I had got it down pretty well because of the reactions of my teammates", he told Men's Health.

'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'.

The leg that is stepping on the box uses a great deal of hip flexor, glute and core stability. It's basic mime, but it's impressive enough to have inspired thousands of less agile challengers to share their own attempts (warning: you may fall on your face). "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".

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