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Watch This Breakdancer Add an Element of Danger to His Routine [VIDEO]

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It’s amazing that breakdancing is still going strong decades after its introduction, especially amazing is the fact that it was able to survive ‘Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo.’

In the video below, a couple b-boys at some sort of dance competition impressively spice up their routines with a plastic chair and a hula hoop. In both cases, the props are used to enhance the dancers’ unusual ability to spin on their heads for long periods of time without getting dizzy and losing their lunch. Sure, lawn chairs and hula hoops aren’t ‘dangerous’ on their own, but adding them to a body already spinning in circles isn’t making dancing any easier.

If this video doesn’t phase you, go back and rewatch ’Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo,’ then you’ll REALLY get sick to your stomach.

[via Kill Some Time]

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