Louise Hazel has shared several workouts called The Podium Effect. She teaches you how to get in amazing shape! Click on the videos below to get started. Louise won Gold in the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games and competed alongside Jess Ennis in 2012.
Louis is still only 28 years old, the same age as Jess Ennis, and a little taller than Jess at 1.67 m. She weighs around 56 kg. Her personal best in the Heptathlon was gained in Delhi in 2010, with 6156 points. Jess finished with 6,955 points in 2012.
She studied French at the University of Birmingham and it was there that she joined the Birchfield Harriers Athletics Club, one of the finest athletics clubs in the UK.
Louise Hazel workouts
The Podium Effect 2min Glute Workout
The Podium Effect 1min Arm Workout
The Podium Effect 2 Minute Abs Workout
News: Louise Hazel enters Common Wealth Games Heptathlon
Louise Hazel has come out of retirement to enter the 2014 Commonwealth Games. She won the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games and came 27th in the London 2012 Olympic Games and then announced her retirement in September 2013.
It seems that the news of Jess Ennis-Hill missing the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games to have a baby has spurred Louise into action. She recently attended a fitness assessment and the verdict was that she was strong enough and fit enough to enter the games.
Louise is very confident, saying:
“I’m in better shape than I thought I was in. I’m really excited and I can’t wait to get started,” she told BBC Sport. “I was really pleasantly surprised by my tests. It’s a thumbs-up for Glasgow, if I’m selected.
“I also have to chat to Commonwealth Games England to discuss the selection process and to see what hurdles have to be overcome. I wouldn’t be doing this if I didn’t think I could successfully defend my Commonwealth crown. I’m definitely targeting the podium.”
Louise Hazel weight lifting
Louise is in amazing shape and very powerful. She cleans and presses a barbell with ease and a smile!