Transcript for Teen goes viral with gravity-defying dance move
Back thousand with our big board and that stunt so many are trying after a cheerleader posted this video. We've seen it over and over. Appearing to defy the laws of gravity. Thousands of people are now taking the invisible box challenge. That's what they're calling it. Attempting to copy this move so how did she pull it off? T.J. Is back. You can do the move and you're going to tell us. I can. I did it yesterday. I'll post the video later but I want to direct you now. Check out my man dontez Heinz, the first to get attention doing it. Boom. Look at him. He knocks it out real well. This was retweeted tens of thousands of times but this young lady, Ariel Olivar, a Texas cheerleader down in high school in Texas. She's the one and her video picked up some 200 plus thousand retweets saying, wow, this lady is amazing. She proved it was not and released this video and reached out to her and showed us how it's done. Here it is. First, let me reassure you there's nothing here. Nothing to be hidden or seen, no ropes or anything. So I will show you how the whole thing looks. Like so. Just keep your foot stationary. Roll the video again. Everybody, I know we're looking at the feet and legs. Look at her upper body. You're controlling -- it's a body control issue. Her core has to be perfect. You have to have it together to do it. A lot are trying it but it's various degrees of success. That's one way of putting it. You all judge for yourselves how people are doing it. Not so much. That's way up. Come on. Like he's doing the two-step. My man here. Let's see how this goes. I love people pat. There's nothing here. So try it at home but don't do it in front of people. I did try. It's hard. It is hard. I'll post later. Thank you. Coming up how one mom is struggling to lose weight shed
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