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      Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App Exceeds One Million Downloads

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      ANN ARBOR, MI – November 20, 2014 – Wellness & Prevention, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company, has announced that the Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App has reached more than one million downloads. Launched in January 2014, the app offers a simple fitness experience that combines high-intensity aerobic and resistance training using only body weight and limited rest, and is scientificall y proven to provide better results than traditional programs in much less time.

      The app features the popular Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout, developed by Chris Jordan, Director of Exercise Physiology at the Human Performance Institute Division of Wellness & Prevention, Inc., and includes more than 30 minutes of high quality video featuring Jordan. A feature called Smart Workout gauges the user’s initial fitness level through integration with Apple’s Health App. Smart Workout then provides a varied workout program, and recommends intensity increases.

      “We are committed to providing simple solutions that help individuals around the world stay active and healthy, and are excited to reach this milestone ,’’ said Len Greer, President, Johnson & Johnson Health & Wellness Solutions. “It demonstrates that people are interested in maintaining and improving their overall health using the latest mobile apps.”

      The Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App is available for free on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch or at, and Android™ phones and tablets through Google Play™. For more information, visit


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