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.
Ariel Olivar from Manvel High School, south of Houston, tweeted the maneuver from the sidelines on Friday night, and the ensuing ruckus landed her on the Today show.
The clip garnered over 22 000 likes and over 112 000 retweets in two days.
Started a few days ago, videos of youngsters taking up the insane challenge are doing the rounds and wowing the hell out of people.
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Other videos show internet users hilariously stumbling over their feet.
"The video was my third time trying it".
"I started by putting a stuffed animal on the floor and "stepping on it" without actually putting my weight on it", he said.
They then proceed to "step over" it effectively hopping from one side to the other but keeping their suspended foot completely still. Here's how it works: You bend over to pat an invisible box, pretend to step on said box, and hop over it with your other leg. Sounds simple enough, right? There has been a new entry to the long list of time-wasting sensations taking the internet by storm. Men's Health fitness editor Ebenezer Samuel reckons he knows how to pull it off.
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"You'll notice his body rotates toward the leg on the step as well; there's a ton of oblique and ab stability maintaining that position".
"Very explosive hip flexor, abdominal and glute strength is what is driving the leg up and over the box".
There was a mannequin challenge, cinnamon challenge and the ice-bucket challenge.
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