The Weet-Bix TRYathlon is fast approaching! While the initial burst of excitement may see kids actively preparing and running, for some the motivation may fade long before the event arrives on May 24th. So how do we keep our kids running while staying happy and healthy? Here are our top five tips for parents.
Although running is often perceived as easily attainable for anyone with enough willpower, some education and understanding around running can make a big difference. What to expect is an important foundation that is often overlooked. As they continue to run, have those casual conversations about:
If your New Year’s resolution revolves around staying fit and healthy, then having healthy feet is the perfect place to start. Without being able to walk and move comfortably, it’s easy to lose all the exercise plans and motivation you have right now! To help you start the year off on the right foot, we’ve put together eight simple, powerful and often overlooked tips to help keep your feet healthy. Follow them regularly, and if you need help, get in touch with us here.
If you’ve landed here because you’re pregnant and want to know what to expect when it comes to your feet - or are already noticing changes and want to know why and if it’s normal, then you’ve come to the right place. Firstly, a massive congrats on behalf of the My FootDr team on your pregnancy - it’s a very exciting time!
As parents ourselves, we’ve experienced all of these ups and downs too - and can tell you that it’s a lot easier when you’re prepared for what may be ahead. Today, we’re talking about three ways that pregnancy can affect your feet and what you can do about them to keep you walking all the way to the delivery room.
TWO of My FootDr’s leading Podiatrists will help athletes at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games put their best foot forward this month after being selected into the official podiatry team supporting the event.
My FootDr Townsville and the Townsville Road Runners are proud to once again celebrate Mother’s throughout Townsville with the fifth annual My FootDr Mother’s Day Run and Walk at Aitkenvale’s Rossiter Park on Sunday the 13th of May.