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Chris Jordan

2014 Speaker

Chris Jordan is the director of exercise physiology at the Human Performance Institute which is part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies and the wellness and prevention business. As an experienced international keynote speaker and performance coach, he trains hundreds of corporate executives of FORTUNE 500 companies each year. Jordan designed a practical body weight circuit workout that became known in the media as the “7-MINUTE WORKOUT.” He and Brett Klika co-authored the peer-reviewed article “High-Intensity Circuit Training Using Body Weight” in the American College of Sports Medicine’s Health & Fitness Journal, which led to the Gretchen Reynolds’ blog “The Scientific 7-Minute Workout” in The New York Times. Jordan has been interviewed about the workout by “ABC World News” with Diane Sawyer, NPR, CNN, Sirius XM’s “Doctor Show,” “The Laura Ingraham Show,” Men’s Journal, Women’s Health, Shape Magazine and more. Jordan wrote “Energy Every Day, Your Personal Plan for More Energy and Better Health” with Ron Woods, and is a contributing author to “The Corporate Athlete Advantage.” He has published research in the Journal of Sports Sciences, and has written over 50 articles for U.S. Air Force publications, the Army Health Connection newsletter, Florida Tennis, Men’s Health Magazine, Shape Magazine and Best Life Magazine. Jordan earned an M.S. in exercise physiology with distinction from the Leeds Metropolitan University in the United Kingdom, and a B.S. in applied biological sciences from University of West England in Bristol, in the United Kingdom. @jnjcares