Stacking the board top to bottom for the '17 class was no easy task.
There are a record-breaking number of first-round talents on my board.
Assuming you’re injury free and would like to stay that way, there is a bit of preventative work you can do to decrease your risk of ankle sprains. Kathryn Schabel, an orthopedic surgeon and assistant professor at Oregon Health Science University says, "Key concepts in ankle inversion injury prevention are ankle training and terrain surveillance.
Trail runners, hikers, and others at high-risk benefit from one-legged balance and proprioception exercises." She continues, "The stronger your leg muscles are, the less likely you are to sprain an ankle.
Related: Top Christmas Vacation Getaways Read on for our list, or skip ahead to your city of interest: Amsterdam; Atlanta; Chicago; Hong Kong; London; Melbourne; New York City; Paris; Philadelphia; Portland, Oregon; Prague; San Francisco; Tokyo; Toronto; Vancouver; and Washington, D. Amsterdam is positively low-key at Christmas, which makes it a relaxing place to be during this festive season.
There’s no Santa here—kids get their presents from Sint Nicolaas on December 5, not Christmas Day.
So grab your stockings and a mug of something toasty, and prepare to make this year’s holiday the best one yet.
After whizzing around on the ice, warm up with a hot chocolate, a plate of poffertjes (mini pancakes), or a hearty pea soup.
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If you’ve got a fresh sprain, the best advice has always been RICE: rest, ice, compression, and elevation.
However, if you’re eager to have less pain and return to activity quicker, research shows that you should add early mobilization to that list.
And for the Dutch, Christmas dinner takes place on the evening of December 24.