OK, so breakdancing has sort of transcended the status of “fad” and become an essential part of hip-hop, but it still earns a place on this list. In the 1980s, everybody was into breaking, no matter what your race or cultural background. Although the craze died down with the advent of grunge, there are still hard-working B-boys across the nation polishing their skills. It’s not without a cost, though, as nearly every serious breaker has a laundry list of injuries to their name. In 2007, a Santa Ana, California, man named Dat Nguyen was working on some moves in Sandpointe Park when he snapped his neck and died.