Dr. Greg Wells is a renowned health and high-performance expert. He has dedicated his career to studying the science of human limits and developing practical strategies to help individuals and organizations perform at their best, even under the most challenging circumstances. With over 25 years of experience working with Olympic and world champions as well as top performing organizations, Wells draws parallels between elite athletes and top executives in his practical and actionable keynotes to help audiences optimize their health and performance.
A veteran endurance athlete, Wells has participated in some of the most grueling physical challenges on the planet, including the Nanisivik Marathon, 600 miles north of the Arctic Circle; Ironman Canada; and the Tour D’Afrique, an 11,000km cycling race that is the longest in the world. He has also explored every imaginable terrain and condition in more than 50 countries, making him a true travel and expedition adventurer.
Wells is the author of five books, including the bestsellers Superbodies; The Ripple Effect; The Focus Effect; and Rest, Refocus, Recharge. His latest book, Powerhouse: Protect Your Energy, Optimize Your Health, and Supercharge Your Performance is an insightful guide to achieving optimal health and high performance in all areas of life.
As a highly sought-after speaker, Wells has delivered keynotes at events such as TEDx and The Titan Summit and has shared the stage with luminaries including Robin Sharma, Richard Branson, Steve Wozniak, and Deepak Chopra. With a PhD in Physiology and previous experience as an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto, Wells brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his presentations.
Wells is currently a senior scientist at SickKids hospital in Toronto and the CEO and founder of Wells Performance, a global consulting firm committed to helping teams, schools, and businesses become places where people get healthy, perform optimally, and reach their potential. He is also passionate about inspiring children and young adults and has established close working relationships with several school boards and independent schools.