I grew up in Byron Bay so I have always loved keeping active, spending most of my days doing surf club and surfing with my brother and friends. It’s funny how you can spend hours being active and it is not even classed as a workout!
I started becoming interested in training when I moved to Sydney as a model because I no longer had the time to spend hours playing on the beach.
When I started modeling, working out wasn’t in fashion, however I always really admired the Victoria’s Secret girls, especially Candice, and I realised that those girls definitely work out, so I decided I was going to take it more seriously too.
I started googling the Victoria’s Secret workouts and seeking inspiration from various ‘celebrity trainers’ on YouTube. I then started posting images of my workouts and myself training on Instagram and found that I received really positive feedback from my followers and even had some of them sharing their workouts with me.
A few months into my training, I decided to do some sessions with personal trainer Nick Tait, and now I have been working with him for around three years.
Hope you find these tips to be useful too!
Australian supermodel Hannah was one of the first major health and fitness influencers on Instagram before deleting her account last year to take a hiatus (she recently returned with a new account here). She is best known for her JETS and Nookie campaigns and regular magazine appearances. Keeping active and healthy in an industry where there is so much pressure on body image, has inspired Hannah to fuse the two – fitness and fashion – into a program that encourages a strong mind, body and soul.
Hannah Saul’s fitness app Han X Fit launches in mid October, but is available for pre-orders in the app store now here! Han X Fit offers body weight, gym, kettle bell and core workouts and all fitness levels are catered for! It is the perfect app for the busy girl on the go and you can use it no matter where you want to train!