The Importance of Six Body Language and Mirroring Skills for Personal Trainers

William Shakespeare once wrote, "All the world is a stage." Your gym is no exception. Every personal training sessions should be a dialog between the two main characters. Every session is an audition for your trainers. The best trainers deliver exercise prescription through seamless verbal and nonverbal communication, knowing the plan is only as good as it is adapted to and understood by the client. So the best trainers mirror their clients, which begins at the initial consultation with both movement and words. (All images by Thinkstock.)

Read the full article written by Christine Hannon, founder of The Art of Strength.

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