DRAPER, Utah (ABC 4 News) - A body analyst expert sat down with ABC 4 to decipher Gov. Mitt Romney's body language as he accepted the Republican nomination for President of the United States.
Body analyst expert Kirk Duncan says the majority of communication is nonverbal and he has the keys to unlock the code to understanding the most subtle of body movements.
He agreed to translate all those hidden messages most of us miss.
First Duncan pointed out a subtle shoulder lift the moment Mr. Romney accepted the Republican nomination at the beginning of his speech.
"What it tells us is he's fully committed on the inside at the level that he's at and he's ready to move forward," said Duncan.
Next we see Mr. Romney talk about his family.
"Unconditional love is a gift that Ann and I have tried to pass on to our sons and now to our grandchildren. All the laws and legislation in the world will never heal this world like the loving hearts and arms of mothers and fathers. If every child could drift to sleep feeling wrapped in the love of their family -- and God's love -- this world would be a far more gentle and better place," said Romney.
Duncan said, "In those moments you see him tilt his heard and his face gates very soft. You can tell how he stands for the family is very true in what he's saying. It shows his commitment level to the family."
Then Romney talked about President Obama's 2008 campaign promise to slow the rise of the oceans and heal the earth.
"Biting the lip tells us I have more to say about this, but not now and it also means what the other person said maybe they shouldn't have said that," said Duncan.
Romney went on to say his promise is to make life easier for families.
Kirk's final body language analysis is Mr. Romney is sincere, honest and has a high level of integrity.
"Watching the movements what he said in the movements. I would follow that. I would follow that leadership," said Duncan.