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How To Fix Anterior Pelvic Tilt (CORRECT YOUR SWAYBACK!)

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If you’ve been wondering how to fix anterior pelvic tilt, this video will teach you everything you need to know. Not only will be teach you what causes it, we’ll also give you some anterior pelvic tilt exercises and some anterior pelvic tilt stretches to help you correct that swayback.

What is anterior pelvic tilt? Sometimes referred to as sway back, it is when your pelvis tilts forward when standing or walking. This is a common postural issue caused by tight hip flexors and sometimes muscle imbalances caused by lumbar lordosis and weak glutes. Often there is a shortening of the hip flexor and a lengthening of the hip extensors.

So how to correct anterior pelvic tilt? In this video we’ve got a few anterior pelvic tilt stretches and exercises to help with muscle imbalances and tightness. One thing you will want to do is focus on strengthening the glutes, so we’ve got a mini bridge with glute squeeze. Hip rotation with the ball will also help you with quads and glute strengthening. We’ve also included one of our favorite lower back stretches. While it’s important not to overdo it with the lower back stretch, doing it for short periods of time a couple times per week will help with low back pain and the anterior pelvic tilt. Finally we’ve got a great stretch for your hip flexors. You can perform these exercises 3-4 times per week to help correct your anterior pelvic tilt.

Here are a list of the exercises to help you fix your anterior pelvic tilt:

1) Mini Bridge w/Glute Squeeze
2) Hip Rotation with Ball
3) Easy Back Stretch
4) Hip Flexor Stretch

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