Speaker Location: Oregon
Speaker Location: Virginia
Health, Happiness, & Wellness
Best-Selling Author, Peak Performance Strategist, & Leadership & Well-Being Expert
David Nico, PhD is recognized as one of "America's Ultimate Experts" according to Woman's World Magazine. As a peak performance strategist, keynote speaker, and certified lifestyle medicine coach, his passion is to help leaders live well so they can model vitality, inspire vision, and create a legacy. As a well-being catalyst, his advice helps organizations integrate customized wellness solutions with current lifestyle health principles, practices, and products. David is the author of the bestseller Diet Diagnosis and his health tips air on national television networks reaching millions of viewers. He is an expert voice quoted in the media outlets Forbes, Business Insider, US News & World Report, MSN, Men's Health, Prevention, Reader's Digest, USA Today, and more. Nico's work is endorsed by New York Times best-selling authors, distinguished professors, and top marketplace leaders.
Pro Endurance Athlete, 5x World Record Holder, and First Person to Cross Antarctica Solo, Unsupported and Unaided
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Colin O'Brady is a professional endurance athlete who has achieved four world records. He grew up exploring the mountains of the Pacific Northwest and cultivated a passion for adventure in the outdoors. His success swimming in Oregon led him to Yale University. After years as a professional triathlete, he returned to his first love - the mountains. In 2016 Colin conquered the speed records for the Explorers Grand Slam and Seven Summits, a global mountaineering challenge to climb the tallest mountain on every continent including Mt. Everest and ski to the North and South Poles. In 2018 Colin shattered the speed record for the 50 High Points Challenge when he summited the highest point in each of the 50 states in just 21 days. On December 26, 2018 he became the first person to cross the landmass of Antarctica solo, unaided by kites or resupplies. He accomplished the feat in 54 days, covering more than 930 miles along the way, including more than 77 miles in the final 32-hour window where he went without sleep. Throughout the nearly two-month journey, O’Brady never took a full day off.