Which of the following presents the four stages of the client–trainer relationship in their proper order?
Investigation, planning, action, rapport
Rapport, investigation, planning, action
Rapport, planning, investigation, action
Planning, rapport, investigation, action
A loud, tense voice communicates confidence and professionalism when speaking to a new client.
Which of the following body positions may be interpreted by a client as aggressiveness on the part of the trainer?
Standing with an open body position
Seated while leaning slightly forward
Standing with hands on hips
Seated behind a desk with legs crossed
Which of the following behaviors would MOST likely help a trainer develop rapport with a client during the initial session?
Looking away from the client frequently to prevent staring; sitting with good posture and a slight forward lean
Speaking in a soft, friendly voice; leaning against the chair armrest with forearms loosely crossed
Direct, friendly eye contact; maintaining a smile and enthusiasm throughout the session
Speaking in a firm voice with confidence; using fluid hand gestures while speaking and quiet hands when listening
A personal trainer who is seeking clarification from a client by trying to restate the main points and feelings in a client’s communication is using which method of effective listening?
“I will perform a full-body resistance-training workout twice every week” is an example of which type of goal?
Motivational interviewing is most commonly done during which stage of the client–trainer relationship?
The three components of properly phrased feedback are BEST presented in what order?
Correct errors; provide reinforcement for what was done well; motivate clients to continue practicing and improving
Provide reinforcement for what was done well; correct errors; motivate clients to continue practicing and improving
Motivate clients to continue practicing and improving; provide reinforcement for what was done well; correct errors
Correct errors; motivate clients to continue practicing and improving; provide reinforcement for what was done well
Clients who are beginning the basics of a particular movement and are ready for specific feedback are in which stage of motor learning?
During which stage of learning are clients performing motor skills effectively and naturally and the personal trainer doing less teaching and more monitoring?