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Fitness influencer Rachael Finch has come under fire for shouting and running behind her daughter, eight, to cheer her on during a school cross-country race: ‘Hard to watch’


Rachael Finch has been slammed by a popular influencer podcast for running after her daughter and shouting words of encouragement during a school cross-country race.

The Miss Universe Australia winner turned fitness influencer, 35, raised eyebrows on Friday when she uploaded a video of herself running behind daughter Violet, eight, as she competed against her peers.

«Let’s go, it’s the second one down the hill. Suck in air. Go Go Go! Watch out for the rocks! That’s it Violet, good job,” she shouted as her daughter ran, captioning the video: “Crazy camera”.

Unfazed by the video, Amy, Kate and Sophie Taeuber took aim at the mummy blogger on their Outspoken podcast this week.

‘I first saw people talking about it online before I saw the video and at first I was like, «Oh, she’s probably just one of those supportive parents.» But this was next level,” said one nurse.

Rachael Finch, 35 (pictured), has been slammed by a popular influencer podcast for running behind her daughter and shouting words of encouragement during a school cross country race.

“I don’t understand how this school let her run after her child during a race. Surely it would be really off for the other kids?” another agreed.

One sister pointed out that there would be a lot of kids running after Rachael, given that Violet was ranked 12th out of 100.

“Can you imagine other moms seeing this? (They would ask), “Why the hell is he allowed to go to school?” added another.

Miss Universe Australia raised eyebrows on Friday when she uploaded a video of herself running after daughter Violet, eight (pictured), and competing against her peers.

Miss Universe Australia raised eyebrows on Friday when she uploaded a video of herself running after daughter Violet, eight (pictured), and competing against her peers.

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While the triplets praised Rachael for showing an interest in her daughter’s school activities, they said her behavior that day «seemed a bit odd».

«She seems to be vicariously experiencing her child because it seemed like it was one of her dreams,» said one podcaster, while another agreed: «Oh, it was very hard to watch.»

Meanwhile, one sister insisted: “I’d be pretty pissed off if I was a parent at this school.

Unimpressed by the video, identical triplets Amy, Kate and Sophie Taeuber launched a scathing tirade against the mummy blogger on their Outspoken podcast this week.

Unimpressed by the video, identical triplets Amy, Kate and Sophie Taeuber launched a scathing tirade against the mummy blogger on their Outspoken podcast this week.

«She seems to be vicariously experiencing her baby because it looked like it was one of her dreams,» said one podcaster, while another agreed: «Oh, it was very hard to watch.»

‘(Imagine that) I’m very excited for my child to compete in this race, but I think to myself, «Well, it’s no wonder my child didn’t do so well when he had the advantage of having his mom.» there he’s breathing down their necks and telling them to keep going.»‘

The sisters said they were «surprised» when Rachael posted the video on social media, noting that Violet appeared to be «putting a lot of pressure on her to do well».

However, Rachael has a large online following who are fans of her hands-on approach to teaching her children about health and fitness.

It comes after Rachael recently hit out at cruel trolls who accused her of 'underfeeding' her children (both pictured) on a 'strict' diet.

It comes after Rachael recently hit out at cruel trolls who accused her of ‘underfeeding’ her children (both pictured) on a ‘strict’ diet.

The brunette beauty recently shared a video of Violet playing tennis, explaining in the caption that she and husband Michael Miziner «believe that leading our children on a strong and positive path to believing they can achieve anything is one of the most valuable things they can do . away from their childhood.’

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«I think you are an amazing parent and more parents need to push their kids to never give up and always give their all,» one follower commented.

“I completely agree with your philosophy. Children need a balance between discipline and creativity,” agreed another.

‘I agree. To give my beautiful children the opportunities they will be able to achieve so much in their lives,” added a third.

She was branded an 'almond mum' and accused of 'endangering' her children after sharing a video of her making them 'naked burgers' using salad cups instead of rolls (pictured)

She was branded an ‘almond mum’ and accused of ‘endangering’ her children after sharing a video of her making them ‘naked burgers’ using salad cups instead of rolls (pictured)

It comes after Rachael recently hit out at cruel trolls who accused her of «underfeeding» her children on a «strict» diet.

She documents the healthy, low-carb meals she prepares for her daughter Violet and five-year-old son Dominic on Instagram, where she has 318,000 followers.

The TV personality was recently branded an ‘almond mum’ and accused of ‘endangering’ her children after she shared a video of herself making them ‘naked burgers’ using salad cups instead of rolls.

«Almond mom» is a pejorative term for a mother who forces disordered and unhealthy eating habits on her children. It is often used to refer to parents who are «obsessed» with nutrition.

An outraged Rachael said the baseless allegation was frankly «hilarious».

She shared a photo of herself cuddling with her two children, who she shares with dancer husband Michael Miziner, and wrote: “Someone officially called me an ‘almond mom’ this week.

‘Definition by Google: ‘A parent who follows incredibly strict or dangerously unhealthy eating habits and tries to force them on their children.’

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“It was because I made naked hamburgers (meat patty and veggies wrapped in a cup of lettuce) for dinner.

“While it’s downright ugly, it’s also absurdly entertaining. I have now become a pro at responding emotionally to these comments.

“I laughed with many of you about what type of mom you would be if you were labeled with a food. Comment what type of food would you be a mom?’

Several of Rachael’s followers agreed that «almond mom» is an unfair label.

One commented: “I wish my kids were happy to eat yours! Such an inspiration to live a healthy lifestyle and teach your kids great habits.”

Another wrote: “Oh my god. I have no words.’



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