Kenneth W. Krause loves, that is “dotes on,” science. In other words, he endorses—indeed urges—an unrelentingly rational, disciplined, and empirical perspective on all social issues and most, if not all, aspects of life. As a contributing editor and science columnist for the Skeptical Inquirer magazine (and a regular contributor to Skeptic magazine) Kenneth has reported on a wide variety of scientific topics from genetics, epigenetics, medicine, and neuroscience to psychology, paleoanthropology, exercise, and nutrition. See Kenneth on facebook as well. A few of Ken’s articles can be read at:
As a contributing editor and books columnist for the Humanist magazine, Kenneth explored a variety of political, historical, scientific, legal, and religious topics, and reviewed hundreds of serious new non-fiction titles: http://thehumanist.com/contributor/kenneth-w-krause/
Kenneth’s published articles have also been featured in various university level textbooks and instructional materials.
A graduate magna cum laude of both the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and Drake University Law School, Kenneth is also certified by the American Council on Exercise as a Personal Trainer, Sports Conditioning Specialist, and Senior Fitness Specialist. He is also CPR/AED certified by the American Red Cross.
Ken specializes in balanced, TOTAL BODY strength, flexibility, aerobic capacity, and anaerobic power and endurance training and enjoys working with older adults and all people looking to improve their conditioning, body composition, and, most importantly, health.
Ken can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org