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“Invisible block” challenge isn’t so invisible with students

JR Medlin and Dominic Lount

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Internet trends and challenges come and go, and 2017 was the year of the “invisible block challenge.” The challenge became a trend after the original video of a cheerleader successfully completing it went viral

This challenge has the challenger attempingt to step on an invisible block with no other support. A second popular video has somebody complete two full steps in the air as a second tier to the challenge.

Most people can’t do the challenge, or even give a decent effort at it, as it is extremely difficult. We collected various videos showing the students attempting this difficult challenge. Here is a compilation of the fails and successes of the students.

 

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