Austin Personal Training Redefined

Standing Pelvic Tilt

Standing Pelvic Tilt

Execution: The client will start with their back against a wall and their feet in front of them so that they are positioned in a partial squat. The client will then tilt their pelvis anteriorly (lumbar extension) and posteriorly (lumbar flexion). This can be achieved by thinking of tucking the belly button up to tilt posteriorly and pushing it out to tilt anteriorly. Notes: This should be a controlled movement and should not be any faster than it is shown. If injured, please consult with a health professional before doing this exercise. Purpose: This movement should be used to bring a client awareness and control of their pelvis, so that they can keep their body in a more neutral position for other exercises. It may also bring some relief to lower back pain and discomfort. Programing: This may be used as a warm up or cool down in a client's program. Variations: Other variations include Supine Posterior Pelvic Tilt, Prone Posterior Pelvic Tilt, Bent Supine Posterior Pelvic Tilt, Front Leaning Rest Posterior Pelvic Tilt, and Forearm Plank Posterior Pelvic Tilt.




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