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1. Ice climbing. Unlike their mountain-climbing counterparts, ice climbers are in constant danger of causing a self-inflicted stab wound from one of their razor-sharp crampons, which is their No. 1 source of injury. Not to mention the possibility that the ice they are climbing may crack and take them down with it.

2. Free running. Free running is jumping from roof to roof at maximum speed. No ropes, no parachute, no insurance. Free running is practiced in urban areas that feature lots of railings and concrete walls for participants to jump, flip and tumble over in an acrobatic fashion. I call it run, jump, bleed.

3. Base jumping. Talk about insane! I don’t like looking down from a tall building, and I certainly have no desire to jump into the unknown from any height. Yes, I can remember when I was a kid and wanted to fly like superman, but a base jumper? No way. By the way, base-jumping is illegal in the U.S., unless it’s being performed by a professional at an event, so not only will you not get insurance, but you may end up in jail.

4. Heli-skiing. A skier is dropped from a helicopter onto fresh white powder in a remote section of the mountains, a place where there is no other way to get there. There’s a possibility of starting an avalanche or falling through an ice patch, and if you do, it may be near impossible to get rescued.

5. Street luge. Loosely described, this is the equivalent of lying on your skateboard and having your friend push you down Lombard Street in San Francisco. Riders on street luge boards can reach 70 mph.

6. Big-wave surfing. Surfers dream of riding the “big” wave and are willing to travel around the world to catch one, and by big I mean the 50-foot monster. What are the risks? Broken bones, drowning, shark attacks. No thanks. I will watch this on TV.

7. Cliff diving. Have you thought about jumping off a 90-foot cliff? Into water that will feel like concrete when you hit it? The biggest issue is not hitting the water, because you may hit the side of the cliff on the way down; or slam against the rocks in the ocean below you. You could also break a hip or incur a spinal cord injury by landing feet first in the water. If it was me, I would die of a heart attack on the way down.

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