Léa's long legs in combination with her incredible static calisthenics skills are not just eye-catchers for sports insiders. She also amazes the masses with various calisthenics freestyle show interludes. At the World Championships she is always at the forefront and at the top-class FIBO World of Barheroes Event the Frenchwoman has been second and first.
Before I got into calisthenics I was a synchronized swimmer.
NEOH: How many Calisthenics battels have you done so far?
Léa: So far I competed 10 times in competitions.
NEOH: Finish the sentence: Street workout is…
Léa: ...my passion, it gives me averything! I can workout and have fun at the same time.
NEOH: Turning a baguette upside down is unlucky in France, true?
Léa: For me, no! But for my grandma yes. During family dinners, we're having fun all the time by turning a baguette in front of her, that makes her crazy ;)
NEOH: Finish the sentence: Blisters on my hands...
Léa: ...are horrible. Especially my future job as a physiotherapist it sucks! So I use a lot of cream.
NEOH: What's your best trick?
Léa: To see my best tricks, check my Instagram and you will see it. They are called L-sit and Handstand-Press.