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Queen Harrison-Claye's 5-Minute High-Intensity Workout

Train Like Olympic Hurdler Queen Harrison-Claye With This Total-Body Bodyweight Workout

I'm a huge sports fan, and I'm always wondering what types of workouts my favorite professional athletes do to train. One sport I absolutely love is track and field, and Olympic hurdler Queen Harrison-Claye (she specializes in the 100-meter hurdles) shared a quick, high-intensity bodyweight workout that will give you a taste of what it takes to be a world-class athlete.

In the video, Harrison-Claye explains that this workout is for people limited on time and space, but don't be fooled — you're going to be gassed once it's over! If you want to give it a shot, check out the full video above and the breakdown of exercises below.

Queen Harrison-Claye's 5-Minute HIIT Workout

Before getting started, be sure to warm up. Complete one round of the following workout. If you want more of a challenge, complete two rounds of this workout, taking a five-minute break in between each round. As always, feel free to modify any moves if needed. Be sure to cool down once you're done with the workout.

  • Jump rope: 30 seconds
  • Split jump: 30 seconds
  • Rest: 20 seconds
  • High-knee jump rope: 30 seconds
  • Mountain climber: 30 seconds
  • Rest: 20 seconds
  • Jump rope: 30 seconds
  • Bodyweight squats: 30 seconds
  • Rest: 20 seconds
  • Double-bounce jump rope: 30 seconds
  • Isometric squats: 30 seconds
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