If you haven't, better be late than never.
A brand new day, a brand new social media challenge, but we have to say, this one is pretty cool and it's now taking the Internet by storm. Yes, I'm talking about all the people who are hopping over "invisible boxes"!
It's a challenge people seem determined to nail down, as the Internet shows.
The best part of the challenge - it can be done individually and doesn't require anything extra.
The trick: Pretend you're putting a foot on a box, and then hop over it with the other foot.
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One viral video shows an American cheerleader, who clearly has a core of steel, flawlessly perform the move. Trust us, it's much harder than it sounds. (The girl in the video above). Other challenges include the planking challenge where participants must lie face down in odd locations, the cinnamon challenge where participants eat a spoonful of ground cinnamon in under 60 seconds without drinking anything or the mannequin challenge where people remained frozen like mannequins while a song plays in the background. Talking to Chron.com, the Manvel High School student confesses (and we are shocked) that this was the first time she tried it.
One of the first known recordings of the trick has been viewed almost 900,000 times.
"The video was my third time trying it", Olivar told the Houston Chronicle. It's actually kind of challenging keeping it there.
"The technique, if you want to make it look like [her video], is to bring the other leg higher than the other as if you are actually stepping over a box".