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Who is Ken

 

Founder of Neurotricional Sciences, Visionary and Discoverer of the ‘Ware K Health Trigger Process’

Ken Ware was born in Mackay, Queensland, Australia on 7th February 1957. As a young boy, he was always fascinated by the way things worked in nature and had a silent ability to recognize order in what others seen as random events in nature. Without any support for what he was sensing, he proceeded through life to just observe and not comment.

Ken became a good athlete and a dedicated rugby league player in his teens. He had married young and devoted himself to raising his children whilst still pursuing his ambitions sporting wise. During a brief visit to Perth back in the early 80’s, Ken met some older trainers who simply advised him to improve his techniques when training with weights, relax more and train slowly to give his nervous system a chance to make some necessary alterations.

It was during the process of Ken adopting this advice and applying it in his own training sessions, that he first noticed the neural dynamics emerge in his system, which he has studied and refined into the most effective form of therapy in the world.

However, at the time of this discovery, Ken simply exploited the dynamics to go onto win a host of state national titles in Powerlifting and in Bodybuilding, eventually leading to him winning a Mr. Universe title in 1994, some 12 years after his discovery.

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