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Does your workplace lack arousal?

I read about a study recently which involved giving people simple cognitive problems to solve while peddling on a stationary bike. The study saw that most people unconsciously started peddling faster when presented with the problems to solve. The effect is called arousal, a two-way relationship that sees brain activity increase in response to either [...]

Wellness and Mental Health

  Written by Jordan Ralph, Director Warrior Wellness & Luke Dimasi, Director Warrior Wellness. This story was published for Mental Health Week in the October 2016 edition of Brief Magazine, published by the Law Society of WA. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The proliferation of the wellness agenda (and industry) over the last ten years has closely matched the [...]

3 ways to make your work work for you

The personal effect of soul destroying jobs extends beyond the job - it invades our wellbeing at home and at work. A job we hate dominates our thoughts and emotions outside of work, for instance, the dread which accompanies Sunday afternoon, knowing work is tomorrow. We cannot function properly outside of work if we don't [...]

Enhancing personal management for healthy high performance

Luke and Jordan from Warrior Wellness recently presented on behalf of the Law Society of WA as part of their Continuing Professional Development programme. Lawyers in attendance learned how a greater focus on personal disciplines can enhance wellness and work performance. We look forward to presenting again at the Law Society during Mental Health Week [...]

By | June 26th, 2016|Categories: Performance|Tags: , , |0 Comments

6 Essential Rules you need in order to live well and perform at your best

During last week I happened to watch a video posted on YouTube of Russian Cross-fit athletes in action at a major competition. Now I, personally, do not necessarily gravitate towards Crossfit, but I did watch this video in awe. I do, in fact, often watch in awe when I witness any top level athlete doing [...]

By | October 26th, 2015|Categories: Performance|Tags: |0 Comments