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How To Unlock Your Potential with Dr Greg Wells, Performance Physiologist, Author and CEO of Wells Performance

How To Unlock Your Potential with Dr Greg Wells, Performance Physiologist, Author and CEO of Wells Performance

How To Unlock Your Potential with Dr Greg Wells, Performance Physiologist, Author and CEO of Wells Performance

 
 
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In this episode, we had a chat with Dr. Greg Wells. He has a PhD in Exercise Physiology and is an exercise medicine researcher at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. He’s an author, podcaster and public speaker. He is a very interesting guy who is extremely well educated, inspiring and has managed to create a business doing what he loves; pushing people to their full potential.

In this particular conversation, we cover aspects of human performance (in all aspects of our personal lives), his journey through life and lessons he’s learned, his work with Sick Children in Toronto Canada, and ways in which we can live better lives through sleep, exercise, nutrition, and recovery.

 

About Dr. Greg Wells:

For Dr. Greg Wells, health and performance, particularly under extreme conditions, are personal and professional obsessions. As a scientist and physiologist, he has dedicated his career to making the science of human limits understandable and actionable.

A veteran endurance athlete, Dr. Wells has participated in the gruelling Nanisivik Marathon 600 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Ironman Canada and the Tour D’Afrique, an 11,000 km cycling race that is the longest in the world. He is also a travel and expedition adventurer who has journeyed through every imaginable terrain and conditions in over 50 countries around the world.

Dr. Wells is author of three best-selling books – Superbodies, The Ripple Effect, and The Focus Effect – and hosted the award-winning Superbodies series, which aired on Olympic broadcasts worldwide in 2010 and 2012.

He is the CEO and founder of Wells Performance Inc., a global consulting firm committed to achieving the moonshot of helping teams, schools and businesses become places where people get healthy, perform optimally and ultimately.

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