I'm just not sure how you would go about doing this. FoxPro is strictly a file-based database; MySQL is strictly a client-server system, and if it somehow supports direct access to the FoxPro format, "I know it not."
If, on the other hand, you want to import data into a MySQL database, as a one-time thing, then that should be easy. You know that there are ODBC/DAO drivers for both formats, and any number of "data pump" type programs should be able to quickly get the data from one place to the other. This is a job that is encountered very commonly, and it has been thoroughly solved.
Also don't overlook the possibility of (1) exporting the data from FoxPro into a friendly format like comma-delimited; then (2) importing the data from that file into MySQL using a command which easily understands the chosen format. Definitely look for the simplest, most uncomplicated way you can find to get this done, if it is a "one-time" or "infrequent" task.