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Fixing Anterior Pelvic Tilt | Routine and Tips

Posted by Sarah Brooks on

Anterior pelvic tilt is when the posture of the hips and pelvis are rotated forward while the back of the pelvis rises. This is usually caused by excessive sitting or a lack of physical activity. The spine in the area can lead to other symptoms in the future if this condition is not corrected. Poor posture, in general, can cause other problems in the future. The exaggerated curvature can cause back and hip pain. To decrease the amount of tilt, you would need to train your lower abdominal muscles and lower back muscles in order to restore strength and balance....

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Fix anterior pelvic tilt

Posted by Sarah Brooks on

Poor posture is a result of weak muscles. Fix anterior pelvic tilt with these exercises to strengthen the glutes and abdominal muscles. As well, these exercises can stretch the hip flexors and hamstrings. Do these exercises regularly to improve your posture. As mentioned in the video, having a slight anterior pelvic tilt is normal, but the problem can worsen if the muscles become weak over time. Thus, doing these exercises regardless will maintain muscle strength to minimize anterior pelvic tilt. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NZMaI-HeNU

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