The yoga challenge is a YouTube video trend that first caught on during the summer of 2014 and involves participants, who are not trained in yoga, filming themselves while attempting a series of yoga poses. The types of poses are usually a form of acroyoga involving two or more participants and are performed for entertainment and comedic purposes. More often than not, these attempts result in "failures" due to the participants' lack of training in yoga, which adds to the humor. Prior to attempting a pose, the participants usually display an image of actual yoga professionals successfully performing the pose in which they are about to attempt (participants will either edit the images into the video or often will simply hold a phone or tablet with the image up to the camera lens while filming).
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- Dawson, Christopher (2017-06-09). "#YogaChallenge proves that yoga is for the whole family". CNN.com. Retrieved 2018-03-10.
- "Salvio e a mulher num louco desafio de yoga". Record.pt. 2018-03-08. Retrieved 2018-03-10.
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