I tried the science-backed 7-minute fitness routine that's going viral, and it actually works
But as it turns out, the app actually, well, works you out.
I tried it for the first time last year and I'm still hooked, so I recently got in touch with Chris Jordan , the director of exercise physiology at the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute and the person behind the app, to get some insight into how it works.
For me, the app is perfect on the weekends, when I can't make it to a yoga class, or as something fun to do with a friend at home.
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