Build Your Blister Plan

Build Your Blister Plan

Includes the Extras Pack delivered to your door | by Rebecca Rushton
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Andrea Cleland

I finish with one word.......Masterful!

I am an Australian Podiatrist who is in awe of what Rebecca has produced on this subject. I am also a big fan and have only ever touched the surface of treating my own lifelong blister problems with my own meanderings of treatment (very hit and...

Katie Barr

Everything you ever wanted to know about blisters but were too afraid to ask!!

This course is invaluable for ANYONE who suffers (or doesn't want to suffer) from blisters and EVERYONE involved in their treatment and prevention.

Colin Griffin

Extremely useful

Easy to read with informative instruction. As a health professional looking to improve my treatment regime I found this extremely useful.

Andrea Cleland

I am an Australian Podiatrist who is in awe of what Rebecca has produced on this subject. I am also a big fan and have only ever touched the surface of treating my own lifelong blister problems with my own meanderings of treatment (very hit and...

Katie Barr

This course is invaluable for ANYONE who suffers (or doesn't want to suffer) from blisters and EVERYONE involved in their treatment and prevention.

Colin Griffin

Easy to read with informative instruction. As a health professional looking to improve my treatment regime I found this extremely useful.

Tod Schimelpfenig

The course is excellent. There is a lot of practical information. All the links worked. The worksheets were helpful to structure reflective thinking on the material beyond simply reading the online content or watching the videos. I appreciated...

Adrian Lang

This course has given me a much better understanding of: how blisters develop, their treatment and the means of controlling their formation. As a long distance walker I need to be fully equiped to treat any issues that may arise with my feet in r...

Jennifer Russell

The 'Shoes' lesson was really interesting. Ian Griffith's video on running shoes left me with the reassurance of encouraging people to go with fit and comfort, spend lots of time and try different brands when searching for that perfect shoe. I di...

Rebecca Rushton
Rebecca Rushton
Podiatrist and foot blister specialist

About the Instructor

Rebecca is an Australian podiatrist of 23 years and an authority on the management of foot blisters. She founded Blister Prevention in 2009 and published "The Blister Prone Athlete's Guide" in 2015. In 2016, Rebecca was recognised for her work when she was awarded the Podiatry WA Innovation Award.

Rebecca has spent a lifetime dealing with her own blister prone feet in her sporting and everyday life. Now she specialises in helping athletes and sports medicine professionals figure out how to manage foot blisters with ease. For kicks, she enjoys providing blister care at multiday ultramarathon events, working with the likes of Big Red Run, Australia's premier 6-Day ultramarathon (in the Simpson Desert!).

HAVE YOU GOT AN IMPORTANT ATHLETIC EVENT ON YOUR CALENDAR?

Do you know the most common injury you'll suffer?

The injury that causes the most athletes to DNF (DID NOT FINISH)?

Hint: It's not knee pain. It's not back pain. It's not even foot pain.
And yet this injury is more common than all three combined!



It's foot blisters

And I don't want this happen to you (like it used to happen to me)!

If you want to avoid the most common injury in sport, I've got you covered!

I can show you how to avoid blisters during your next event.
In fact, I can show you how to avoid blisters anytime by creating a Blister Plan:

... even if you're not particularly active or fit.

(As a matter of fact, if you're just starting out, you’re particularly susceptible to foot blisters).

... even if you're blister prone.

(I know exactly how you feel and I know I can help).

... even if you've got "really bad feet".

(I'm a podiatrist. I understand).

... even if you're an endurance or elite athlete.

(You know, you should be putting just as much thought and action into your feet as you do your nutrition, training and other aspects of your performance).

... and no matter what sport you play.

I'll prove to you that it can work for almost any type of activity.

But first, as you know, foot blisters are common. In fact they’re the most common injury in sport. And they tend to pop up at the most inconvenient times. So no matter what activity you’re involved in, you need to know how to deal with blisters. You need a blister plan.


Morning walkers, weekend joggers and recreational hikers have one:


Marathon, ultramarathon and endurance athletes have one too:


Even professional ballet dancers, netballers, golfers and tennis players have a blister plan to maximise their performance in competition:


And if you look behind the scenes, you'll see different people in all different types of sports who have a blister plan to help them do what they love doing.

Personally, I’ve helped all sorts of athletes develop their blister plans. But you don’t have to be an athlete to get blisters. Myself, I used to get blisters just walking my dog each morning. Lots of people get blisters on holiday (I don't know why but I get a tonne of email from people who've just been to Disneyland!). And getting new shoes is a classic blister time for a lot of people.

So, I feel confident sharing this with you, because:

No matter what activity you’re into, you NEED a blister plan.

Hi, I'm Rebecca Rushton, a podiatrist and the founder of Blister Prevention...

Most people don't know I'm blister prone. That's what's sparked my obsession with blisters. And I've spent almost 10 years looking at the world’s best blister research, some of which dated back to a golden era of blister research in the military, the 1960s. All the way up to the fantastic work being done at The University of Salford in the UK in the current day.

And let me tell you: learning the theory has paid off...

Over the last 3 years, the number of people I’ve helped has grown exponentially.

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How did this happen?

Well…

I started spotting mis-matches between the research and our current day management practices. As I learned, I jotted everything down on a website. I put research into context so it made sense to everyday people. I made sure it was helpful. And right from the start, a whopping 88% of visits to my website come from people like you simply searching online for help with blisters.

Let me share a quick story...

How Tamyka Built A Blister Plan That Took Her From This In 2013 To (Almost) Blister Free In The Same Race In 2014


Here’s what Tamyka said on Facebook:

This is my little miracle for the race. The first three photos are from last year's race: edge blisters from hell and a nasty blister under the foot from taping the edge blisters. The other two photos are from this year's race. I spent about an hour and a half putting Engo patches in the right parts of my shoe using the two-patch method, and about 20 minutes taping my toes with Rocktape before the race. During the race I noticed a few hotspots and taped a few extra toes, my instep and my heel on one side. This is the end result—two small blisters. The weird looking skin is not a blister, just calloused skin that has been sweaty for two days. Many thanks to Rebecca Rushton from www.blisterprevention.com.au

My website had been around for a few years and I was getting more and more requests for help. Request from all types of people (mainly athletes) with all manner of foot blisters. I was providing this service for free. And getting great results. Results that people could reproduce from one event to the next. Results that people were talking about.

Every one of these email consultations took at least a week (often 3-4 weeks) in the to and fro of questions and answers, (like where are your blisters, have you had them in this location before, what’s your history in this sport, what have you tried in the past, which things have helped most or failed miserably, send me photos, tell me about your general health). Based on the answers, I provided the appropriate advice. They’d test it out and after feedback, together we’d troubleshoot this or that to make it even better.

It was pretty easy. Because I understood blisters. And remember, I hadn’t even examined these feet, apart from looking at a few photos.

Let me tell you, this took A LOT of time.

I kid you not, between my full time job as a podiatrist and working on my blister prevention resources...

I barely had a spare moment.

But I was enjoying the exchange of knowledge and the results that came with it.

Mostly, I was thrilled that I could help other people understand why they were getting these blisters, what to do about it, and how to troubleshoot when the need arose.

It was time-consuming. But it was working!

Here are a couple of comments I've received over the years:

"Thank you so much for your help and guidance, you have no idea how grateful I am. My race went well. I didn’t have to stop once for sore toes! It made a huge difference." (Michelle, trail runner, Perth)
"Thank you for responding so quickly to my concerns - I appreciate it more than you know. I have learned so much in the past 36 hours. You have been such a wealth of information and your kindness comes through in your e-mails - I just cannot thank you enough!" (Tiffany, marathon runner, New Jersey)
While this took a lot of time, I continued to help people in this way. And it worked.

WHY?

I knew the science behind how to put together a blister plan that would allow an athlete to train and compete blister free, or as close as possible to it. And the science behind treatment that actually helps a blister heal quickly and hurt less!

So, I kept helping people (and I began charging a little for the service). And I began to notice something. I had developed a methodical and repeatable method for helping people find their blister plan. And yet, each plan was different, depending on:
  • Their specific blister locations
  • Their foot structure and function
  • Their sport or activity
  • The environmental conditions
Think about that for one second...

Everyone went through a similar process with me but ended up with a personalised and individual blister plan that worked for their blisters, their feet and their activity.

Since I knew the science behind how to create a blister plan that gets athletes the results they need, including the right questions to ask, the exact order to deliver the information (and why), every person got their own personalised Blister Plan. And it was a plan that worked.

That's pretty exciting! I mean, nothing feels better than helping people function pain-free, and helping athletes achieve to their potential. Especially when you know how it feels to suffer with blisters on a daily basis with the most basic exercise. And especially considering that just a few years before, all I could offer my blister-prone patients in my podiatry clinic were the same inadequate strategies that didn’t work for me. That feeling of being inept at treating the most common foot injury in sport, when it was my job to fix feet, was DREADFUL. But this feeling is what has driven me.

"But blisters are inevitable in my sport”

I have great news: Blisters are not inevitable.

"But I’ve tried everything – nothing works!"

I have great news: I'm almost certain you haven't tried everything. And to prove it, I'll be sending you a blister kit full of the things you're going to need. And more.

"But I have really bad feet"

I have great news: Building a blister plan is all about finding a solution for YOUR feet, no matter if they’re good, bad or somewhere in between.

One of my favourite things about setting people up with a Blister Plan is this:

With your Blister Plan in place, you don't have to "second-guess" yourself. “How will I know if x, y or z happens”, “What will I do if x, y or z happens”, “When will I do it”, “How will I do it”?

You already know what you’re going to do. You’ve done all the hard work. You’ve got everything you need. But most importantly, you’ve already done things to ensure x,y and z never happen in the first place.

All you have to do is focus on what you're good at, what you enjoy, what you’re there to do.

And it’s at this point that you have the big realisation:

This is one of the BEST things you can invest your time in learning how to do...

I know you have your doubts about this.

"It can't be that easy." "This sounds like a lot of work." "I've heard it all before."

I get that - I understand where you're coming from. You've had bad blister advice before. Here's what I can tell you ...

While Building Your Blister Plan is not as big an undertaking as you might expect, there is some work required on your part. And here's what I can assure you of ...

By design, I walk you through each step. So you can build a blister plan in the shortest possible time.

By design, I'll show you which products and strategies perform better than others. That way, you get bang for buck on your chosen blister products and strategies, saving you money.

By design, I teach you how to weigh up the pros and cons of different strategies. So when something unexpected happens, you know why, and exactly what to do next.

And by design, I separate the fact from fiction. So you can stop floundering in myth and folklore, and instead build a blister plan you can rely on.


So how do you build a Blister Plan that works?

The 3 Big Secrets Behind Building A Blister Plan that Works

People think all they need to do is get new shoes. Or build up some callouses. Or whack a Compeed on that ...

WRONG.

This overly simplistic approach to blister management will lighten your wallet and pass the time, but it won't help you prevent or treat your blisters in any meaningful way, or keep you pain-free.

In reality, three things matter...

Secret #1: A Blister Plan that works focuses on prevention

And it hones in on the anatomic location of your blister.

This is where most people go wrong. They do the same thing expecting it to work everywhere on their foot.

If you want to deal with a foot blister successfully, you need to think about that blister in terms of where it is on your foot – and exactly what preventive strategies work for that anatomic location.

I'll prove it.

There are 3 types of heel blisters.

What's the difference between preventing these three heel blisters?

Back of the Heel blisters are one of the most common blisters with walking. And with new shoes. To prevent them, managing friction and a firm lacing technique is paramount.

Heel Edge blisters are more common in endurance running. To prevent them, the first requirement is to ensure there is a smooth contour of your insole as it blends into the side of the shoe.

Under the Heel blisters are most common when walking or running downhill. It’s easy to make things worse when trying to prevent these. Subtle changes in your gait, plus a little shear absorption is the name of the game for these blisters.

See how that works?

Now, what if I told you I give you this information, for every part of your foot? What if I told you I show you the pros and cons for each blister strategy? And more specifically, how to get the most out of each strategy?

I've got good news: It's all inside my new training course Build Your Blister Plan.

But for now:

Secret #2: There are 3 types of blisters, and you must learn how to treat each of them.

I can't stress this enough. Most people think all blisters are treated the same way.

But the truth is, if you treat every blister the same, you will make things A WHOLE LOT WORSE.

In my experience, most people know they need to apply a blister dressing. But the problem is, they get confused with all of the blister dressings on the market.

Plus, they use the same dressing no matter what type of blister it is.

I mean, think about your previous blisters. Some of them were fluid-filled, some of them had the blister roof torn but still hanging on, and some of them were red raw.

Is this difference important?

Of course it is.

The prevailing advice sounds a little like this: "A box of Bandaids” or “You need Compeed on that” or “A roll of good tape and some antibiotic cream is all you need" or "Don't be a wimp - just put up with it!"

And on the surface, that might be reasonable advice (okay, except for the last one). But...

How do you know which of these is right at this point in time?

You don't!

You need to know there are “Three Blister Stages”.

If you look at the integrity of the blister roof, you’ll see which type of blister it is. It will either be Intact, Torn or Deroofed. And that's all there is to it.

  1. For the blister with an intact roof, your aim is to protect the blister roof.
  2. For the blister with a torn roof, your aim is to prevent infection.
  3. And for the deroofed blister, your aim is to speed up healing.

So you can clearly see, blister treatment is not the same for every blister.

(This is something that I cover inside Chapter 3 of Build Your Blister Plan).

But first...

The last secret.

Secret #3: A Blister Plan helps you make decisions on the fly ... easily ... without the second-guessing ...

When someone feels a hot-spot developing, two things happen. First, there is a feeling of anxiety. And yet second, they try to ignore it. Seriously. I’ve seen it time and time again.

A big part of the anxiety and the lack of proactivity is this: people don’t know what the best thing to do is, to combat the blister. And so they procrastinate and hope the niggle just passes.

Then they feel a sting - that's the start of the blister!

And that's why, when you're feeling a hot-spot developing, you have to act immediately. But you can only act immediately if you know exactly what you’re going to do. Otherwise, you keep running (or walking or playing) while you think about what you’ll do, what you’re going to do it with, and all the while just hoping it goes away.

But it doesn't, does it?

As an example, every time I help people improve their blister plan, I ask what they have planned for a particular blister location.

And it they’ll say something like this:

“I’m going to tape that before I start”.

And that’s it.

When you have only one option for a particular blister location, you’ve got nothing to move on to if you find it’s not working.

Yes, it’s great that you’ve a) thought about this in advance and b) you’re going to have that in place right from the get-go.

But if there’s one thing every foot care medic knows about blisters it's this: "Unexpected things happen”. There’s an unexpected change in the weather; you decide to run a bit harder, walk a bit further or fill in for an injured team mate; your drop bag goes missing; you run out of supplies; you lose your shoes and borrow a pair from someone else (yes, I know)!

Believe me. It happens.


Do you make the mistake of not having something up your sleeve?

If you’ve ever let a blister develop in spite of feeling the hot-spot, chances are you didn’t have a good Blister Plan, or a plan at all.

Either way, I'll show you how to spot these mistakes - and how to avoid them - inside my new program Build Your Blister Plan.

Now that you know the "secrets" behind a Blister Plan that works, you're likely wondering...

"How Can I Get A Blister Plan that Works For Me?"

The way I see it, you only have 3 options...

Option #1: “Should I figure it out myself?”

If you want to create a blister plan on your own, there are a lot of resources available on the web.

But here’s the problem with this route: the majority of advice I see about “preventing and treating foot blisters” is an absolute joke. It’s shallow. It can be unhelpful. And sometimes, it’s downright wrong!

As an example, I see people telling you to buy new shoes, without any advice on what’s wrong with your current shoes to be causing blisters, or exactly what to look for in your new pair (a particular bugbear of mine). Or telling you that you've not trained hard enough to toughen your skin. Or to put moleskin straight over blisters. Or to wear natural fibre socks – like cotton and other nonsense...

Newsflash: Do not include cotton socks in your Blister Plan - cotton is the worst thing you can wear for blisters.

So what else can you do?

Option #2: “Should I just see my podiatrist/physio/coach and get them to work it out for me?”

And you know what? You can discuss this with your (insert name of trusted health professional). There are certain things they can really help you with.

BUT there’s a HUGE caveat…

Only you can work through the trial and error required to build a Blister Plan that’s adaptable.

If you want to hand control over to someone else, go for it. Get them to draw something up for you to follow, and check in with them at every turn. However, this could get real expensive real quick. And more importantly, it won’t give you the skills you need to troubleshoot on the fly.

And that leads me to the last option...

Option #3: You should invest in a comprehensive training that provides you with the gear you'll need, and shows you exactly what to do, how to do it, and more.

I love helping people with blisters. Why? Because I needed the exact help I offer now 20 years ago and it wasn’t available. I needed the right gear and I needed a plan... but it didn’t exist.

...and that’s exactly what my brand new online course Build Your Blister Plan is all about. It’s an end-to-end training that will walk you through how to create a Blister Plan that you can rely on to keep your feet blister-free. And it includes the advanced blister gear you'll need to get you started.

This Blister Kit is yours FREE when you join!

And you can get this course at a fraction of the price than you could if you had a sports health practitioner draw something up for you.

"But What If I’m Not That Active - And Not That Fit?"

The good news is this: you need a Blister Plan more than most. If you don’t know where to start, it can be as easy as following a simple step-by-step process.

Will you have your FINAL Blister Plan after a few weeks? You could. Of course. But even if you don't, in just a few weeks, you'll be more prepared to tackle blisters than you've ever been before - more than you ever thought possible.

I mean, I showed you how building a Blister Plan works. You start with a strategy (or combination of strategies); test; and refine. This program gives you the framework around which to make educated decisions to build your plan with purpose.

“But What If I’m An Elite Endurance Athlete – Do I Need This?”

This program has your needs covered.

As a matter of fact, it's probably easier to build your Blister Plan when you’re experienced in your sport because you have a blister history. This will help you build your new Blister Plan.

"But What If I've Never Had A Foot Blister Before"

If there's one thing we all know about blisters, it's this: Blisters can pop up at the most unexpected and inconvenient times. Even when you've never had one there before. Even if you've run this distance dozens of times before. Even if you've worn these shoes hundreds of times before.

So don't for a second believe that you're home-free just because you've never had a blister before. You still need a plan for blisters!

Plus, as the wise Benjamin Franklin once said “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”

What did he mean by that?

Well...

Just because you’ve never faced an obstacle, it doesn’t mean you’ll never face that obstacle. And foot blisters are one of those injuries that are known to raise their ugly head at the most inopportune times…

“But What If I’ve Got Really Bad Feet?”

You have nothing to worry about either.

In fact, this program is just right for you. You need to understand which strategies provide “bang for buck” in terms of performance.

And that's why I'm happy to introduce you to...

Build Your Blister Plan

Build Your Blister Plan is the step-by-step training program that will show you how to create a comprehensive Blister Plan for whatever you're into.

...even if you’re just starting out with your fitness goals.
...even if you’re an endurance or extreme sport athlete.
...even if you’re a elite athlete.
...even if you play a court sport.
...even if you play a field sport.
...even if you've never had a blister before.
...even if you have really bad feet.

And you’ll see how to do it, create a Blister Plan – one that’s made for your blisters, your feet and your activity. Without compromising your performance, and your results will reflect it.

And Here’s Exactly How It Works:

Over the course of 4 weeks, I’ll walk you through everything you need to know about creating a comprehensive Blister Plan including:
  • The exact preventive strategies you need to consider (including their pros and cons, and how to tell if they’re going to work - and why)
  • How these strategies relate to the 10 most common blister locations on the feet (and yes, how to pick the right strategy for your feet).
  • How to treat blisters properly (so you can make them heal quicker and hurt less).
  • I'll be sending you the "Extras Pack" which includes The Ultra Blister Kit and a paperback copy of my book The Blister Prone Athletes Guide To Preventing Foot Blisters. These are yours to keep. And all shipped FREE, worldwide.
  • And if you’ve already got a Blister Plan, I'll show you where the holes are in your plan, and how you can make it better.
Plus, I’ll share the advanced blister techniques that you can use to recover quicker so you can perform to your potential at your next big event.

Why You Need To Build A Blister Plan Is Clear

Blisters are the most common injury in sport!

Start creating your Blister Plan now and in a few weeks, you'll be more prepared for blisters that you ever thought possible. The Blister Plan you start building today is the blister plan you use over and over and over again, just tweaking as you go.

Remember how I told you about my heel blisters? And how my blister plan is now on auto-pilot?

Now imagine how great that would feel… imagine if you had a combination of strategies that just worked.

Is there a better way to invest your time?

Believe me. It feels pretty good to have that kind of confidence in your ability to prevent blisters and to troubleshoot on the fly. All it takes is the right knowledge and the right gear. I should know. I’ve been blister prone all my life and now, with my blister strategy in place, I can do what I like without having to worry about whether I’ll be held up with painful foot blisters. I’ve got it so down-pat right now and I haven’t needed to change my blister plan in years.

Plus, you’ve heard how I’ve helped athletes and regular people with their blisters. But I’ve also helped event organisers and medical practitioners educate their event participants and patients with their Blister Plans too.

"I've learned a lot from your expertise and structured approach to blisters. Your material and the resulting engagement by runners is at least 200% better than previous years." - Lucas Trihey, Medical team director Ultra Trail Australia, Event director Big Red Run and owner of Event Safety Services



"The course is excellent. There is a lot of practical information. All the links worked. The worksheets were helpful to structure reflective thinking on the material beyond simply reading the online content or watching the videos. I appreciated the ability to read relevant material from other sources and authors. The information and images of various taping techniques are especially helpful." - Tod Schimelpfenig, Curriculum Director, NOLS Wilderness Medicine


If You Can Say Yes To Any Of These Questions, You’re A Perfect Fit For Build Your Blister Plan

Question #1: Are you getting foot blisters more often than you’d like?
Question #2: Do you find yourself saying “It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when, and how many”?
Question #3: Have you given up on blister prevention (because nothing works) and now just let the blisters happen and deal with them later?
Question #4: Do your feet seem to be in a constant state of blister recovery?
Question #5: Are you throwing everything but the kitchen sink at your feet and yet you’re still getting blisters?
Question #6: Do you post photos of your blisters on social media?
Question #7: Are you so resigned to the fact you’ll get blisters that you think they’re just an inevitable part of your sport?
Question #8: Worst still, do you kid yourself that blisters are a badge of honour?
And the good news?

THE 60-DAY “TRY THE WHOLE COURSE” 100% MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE

Your investment in this training is backed by a 60-Day “Try The Whole Course” Guarantee.

Here’s how it works:

When you enrol in the Build Your Blister Plan program today, you have a FULL 60 days to go through the course 100% risk free. If you feel as if the course just didn’t work for you, email me, show me you did the work, I'll ask you to return any unused items from the blister kit (at your expense) and I’ll issue a prompt and courteous refund where you’ll get 100% of your money back. The training only lasts 4 weeks so you get access to the entire course… plus an additional month… to try everything out. And if it’s not working, all you have to do is email me before the 60th day, show me you tried to do the work, and I’ll give your money back.

Why do I offer such a lenient guarantee?
I know, without a shadow of doubt, that this training program can help you build a Blister Plan that works better than any you've ever had before. And I’m willing to put my money where my mouth is and prove it to you by offering such a lenient guarantee.

Why do I ask that you show me the work?
That’s simple. I only want people to join this program if they want to create a Blister Plan that works. And if that’s you, you’re going to do the work anyway, so you will have no problem providing it. I don’t want any “window-shoppers” who want to waste my time (and their own time).

The only question is this…

WHICH BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN OPTION IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

"BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN"

  • The full Build Your Blister Plan System for 12 months 90 days.
  • Unlimited access to the public Discussion Forum where I'll be available to take your questions.
  • The "Ultra Blister Kit", designed to give you a head-start with the advanced gear I mention in the training and valued at $89.
  • A copy of my book, "The Blister Prone Athletes Guide To Preventing Foot Blisters" valued at $25. This book is the only book that treats blisters according to their anatomical location, which is one of the keys to a successful Blister Plan. Keep this on your shelf and refer to it forever more.
  • Free shipping world-wide.
  • Certificate of completion.
  • Unlimited email access to me for 365 days.
  • Advanced concepts for foot care medics to help you provide a professional service out in the field. Includes the controversy around antiseptics, infection control techniques, gear you'll need, setting up, record keeping and more.

$197

(or 3 monthly payments of $67)

OR


"BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN+ MEDICS MODULE"

  • The full Build Your Blister Plan System for 12 months.
  • Unlimited access to the public Discussion Forum where I'll be available to take your questions.
  • The "Ultra Blister Kit", designed to give you a head-start with the advanced gear I mention in the training and valued at $89.
  • A copy of my book, "The Blister Prone Athletes Guide To Preventing Foot Blisters" valued at $25. This book is the only book that treats blisters according to their anatomical location, which is one of the keys to a successful blister plan. Keep this on your shelf and refer to it forever more.
  • Free shipping world-wide.
  • Certificate of completion.
  • Unlimited email access to me for 365 days.
  • Advanced concepts for foot care medics to help you provide a professional service out in the field. Includes the controversy around antiseptics, infection control techniques, gear you'll need, setting up, record keeping and more.

$247



Frequently Asked Questions About Build Your Blister Plan

Got questions about Build Your Blister Plan? I go over the most common questions below. And if for some reason you still have a question that went unanswered, feel free to contact me at support@blisterprevention.com.au.

If you want to a) build a new Blister Plan or b) refine your existing Blister Plan, below are some of the most common questions I hear:

“WHAT IF I’VE NEVER HAD A BLISTER PLAN BEFORE?”

No problem at all. To join Build Your Blister Plan you don't need to have attempted any sort of Blister Plan before. Heck, you don't need to have even had a foot blister at all. Inside the training, I give you all the tools you need to craft your first Blister Plan. And the worksheets will walk you through the process step by step. So you can definitely do this, even if you have ZERO experience.

Plus, remember this: When you enrol in Build Your Blister Plan

...you don’t have to go at it alone! You'll also get access to me in the Discussion Forum so you can fire off any questions or concerns you have while you take the course. And you’ll get a prompt response. And even though the course gets completed over the course of just 4 weeks, you get access to this support for 90 days.

“WHAT IF I ALREADY HAVE A BLISTER PLAN?”

If you already have a Blister Plan and you want to refine it, you should STILL join the training.

Maybe you already have a Blister Plan and you're relatively blister free. Great! I'll show you how you can refine it and take it to the next level, so you can push yourself further and harder. For example, in Chapter 1, I'll show you how to think about “friction” differently so it actually helps rather than hinders your blister prevention efforts. And I'll make sure you understand how you manage friction the right way, using what I call the Targeted Friction Management. And much more...

Or maybe you have a Blister Plan and you know it’s NOT working. So, if you've been tweaking and tinkering with your Blister Plan for months or years and you're still wondering where you’re going wrong, the training will help you finally figure it out.

"WHAT IF I’M NOT FIT?"

No problem! I'll break down everything you need to know about creating a Blister Plan from scratch inside this training. You'll learn how to get started and how to road test your chosen blister strategies, one by one. You'll learn the exact Blister Plan structure you should use. You'll learn how to create a back-up plan for your blister susceptible areas that will make prevention (and treatment) a no-brainer, even in the heat of competition. And more!

"DOES THIS WORK IF I PLAY A FIELD SPORT?"

Yes! Blister Plans come in all shapes and forms. And you can use them for your particular field sport. It doesn't matter if you play football, soccer, hockey, baseball, softball, golf, cricket (especially fast bowlers), rugby and more - the training will show you how to build YOUR robust Blister Plan.

"DOES THIS WORK IF I PLAY A COURT SPORT?"

Yes. As a matter of fact, you need a Blister Plan more than many other sports. The rapid stopping and starting, accelerating and decelerating, and changing of direction is the reason why your sport predisposes you to foot blisters. I use this training to help all sorts of court sport players get on top of their blister troubles, especially in sports like tennis, squash, netball and basketball, but also handball, table tennis, volleyball, badminton (and even boxers get a lot of blisters – but that’s not really a court sport). Your Blister Plan doesn't have to look like anyone else’s Blister Plan. Rather you can use this approach to build a unique plan for you – your blisters, your feet, your activity.

"DOES THIS WORK IF I RUN MARATHONS?"

Yes. In fact, a Blister Plan with a focus on prevention is crucial, considering you don’t have the opportunity to stop mid-race in anything under marathon distance to take care of your hot-spots. And when it comes to ultramarathons – I’ve totally got you covered. My favourite events to provide foot care are 6-Day ultras.

"DOES THIS WORK IF I GO FOR LONG HIKES?"

Yes. Even if you like to head off on your own in the great outdoors for a few hours at a time or WHATEVER... As an active person, you need a Blister Plan, too. And inside the training, I'll show you how to build it out so it suits your activity and your feet so that it works for you.

Are you curious about how this training program works? And how much time you’ll need to dedicate each week? And other things related specifically to the training? Keep reading...

“WHAT IS BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN AND HOW DOES IT WORK?”

Build Your Blister Plan is a 4 week training program that walks you through how to create a Blister Plan from scratch. Each week, I’ll release new material inside your membership area. This material will consist of videos, worksheet downloads, and bonus material that’s designed to help you craft your unique Blister Plan to help you in your active lifestyle. You have 90 days access to the training material, so you can either go through the content as I release it, or you can slow things down and go at your own pace.

“IS BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN LIVE, OR CAN I ACCESS THE MATERIAL WHENEVER I WANT?”

You do not need to show up anywhere live. The training consists of written content, pre-recorded videos, and downloadable worksheets. Each week, I’ll release the next chapter in your membership area.

“HOW MUCH TIME DO I NEED TO DEDICATE TO BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN?”

I recommend you set aside at least 2 hours each week to go through the material. This includes reading the course content, filling out the step-by-step worksheets, and of course, doing the work that goes into creating a comprehensive Blister Plan, like road-testing your chosen strategies to make sure they work and don’t have any undesirable side-effects. That said, the more time you put in, the sooner your new and refined plan can be put to good use. But if you're unable to devote that much time, at least in the beginning, it’s okay. When you enrol in Build Your Blister Plan, you’ll get a full 90 days access. So, you can go through the course as I release the content or you can slow things down and go at your own pace. Whatever works for you.

“WILL YOU BUILD MY BLISTER PLAN FOR ME?”

No. But good question :-) The training is designed to be the next easiest thing to having someone do it for you. I break the whole process down into 4 easy "chapters". I'll explain everything you need to know. And I'll walk you through all the steps in detail in the worksheets. And don't worry if you've never had a Blister Plan before (or if you have). Or if you think you're not medically-minded enough to know how to make one (or too professional to need one). Inside Chapter 2, I teach you how to approach your own blister susceptible areas. And show you where you’re likely to have most success. There are 10 common blister locations and I’ve got tips on how to choose the strategies that are right for you.

JUST TELL ME, IS BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN RIGHT FOR ME?

When I put together this course, I had three types of people in mind. They are as follows:

Person #1: You’re quite new to an active lifestyle and you don't have a Blister Plan yet, but you know you need one.

Person #2: You get blisters more often than you’d like and nothing you do seems to be working.

Person #3: You’re already very active and have some idea of what works for your feet, but you're looking to refine your Blister Plan to make it even better.

And Build Your Blister Plan can help you either way. I cover everything you need to craft your plan from scratch. But I'll also give you the tools to REFINE your existing Blister Plan. This includes the theory behind what causes blisters, how to stop blisters from forming, how to treat blisters so you can carry on without pain, how to accelerate blister healing, and more.

Build Your Blister Plan has played an important role in my own active lifestyle. I share my complete framework for creating a comprehensive Blister Plan in this training.



"BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN"

  • The full Build Your Blister Plan System for 12 months 90 days.
  • Unlimited access to the public Discussion Forum where I'll be available to take your questions.
  • The "Ultra Blister Kit", designed to give you a head-start with the advanced gear I mention in the training, valued at $89.
  • A copy of my book, "The Blister Prone Athletes Guide To Preventing Foot Blisters" valued at $25. This book is the only book that treats blisters according to their anatomical location, which is one of the keys to a successful blister plan. Keep this on your shelf and refer to it forever more.
  • Free shipping world-wide.
  • Certificate of completion.
  • Unlimited email access to me for 365 days.
  • Advanced concepts for foot care medics to help you provide a professional service out in the field. Includes the controversy around antiseptics, infection control techniques, gear you'll need, setting up, record keeping and more.

$197

(or 3 monthly payments of $67)

OR


"BUILD YOUR BLISTER PLAN+ MEDICS MODULE"

  • The full Build Your Blister Plan System for 12 months.
  • Unlimited access to the public Discussion Forum where I'll be available to take your questions.
  • The "Ultra Blister Kit", designed to give you a head-start with the advanced gear I mention in the training, valued at $89.
  • A copy of my book, "The Blister Prone Athletes Guide To Preventing Foot Blisters" valued at $25. This book is the only book that treats blisters according to their anatomical location, which is one of the keys to a successful blister plan. Keep this on your shelf and refer to it forever more.
  • Free shipping world-wide.
  • Certificate of completion.
  • Unlimited email access to me for 365 days.
  • Advanced concepts for foot care medics to help you provide a professional service out in the field. Includes the controversy around antiseptics, infection control techniques, gear you'll need, setting up, record keeping and more.

$247


Course Contents

1 Multimedia
44 Texts