During these events, Nick Hall shows you how the optimal performance state exists when a healthy amount of stress is balanced with an equal and opposite amount of recovery.
Nick worked with a contestant on Fear Factor. She had a fear of heights and she trained with Nick to overcome it. She won the $50,000 first prize.
That's why protocols designed to better cope with stress should always be grounded in science and tempered with pragmatism. This is something he realized in 1968 while working for the Office of Naval Research. His job was training dolphins as part of a stress-related communication study. Then in 1978, he led a National Geographic sponsored expedition to the West Indies studying mass-stranding behavior in whales. He was in Grenada when the 1979 revolution occurred, then in St. Vincent when the volcano La Soufriere erupted. Later, he was sailing his 22 foot sailboat between the two countries when Hurricane David clipped the islands. His presentation will draw upon research and firsthand experiences as he describes ways to transform stress into a formula for success.
Our highly interactive Stress Recovery Effect Events are available in both full-day and half-day sessions. These events have earned praise from hundreds of health care providers who attended during response to COVID 19 as well as others.
Mobile Team Event programs differ from others and we have data documenting effectiveness.
- Hall, N. A Wellness Center Blueprint. In: Integrative Holistic Health, Healing, and Transformation. (P. Lewis, Ed) Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, IL. 2002.
- Eatough, E., Chang C-H, and Hall N.. Getting roped in: Group cohesion, trust, and efficacy following a ropes course intervention. Performance Improvement Quarterly, April, 2015
- Dolske, M, Hall N, Tibbits, R, Putt, D, and Chobotar, T. Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Stress Recovery Effect Program in the Workplace. American Journal of Health Promotion (Submitted)