Let's talk about how to fix anterior pelvic tilt while walking. If you've got anterior pelvic tilt, you might be a little concerned about it because your low back feels like it hurts all the time. You might have hip pain and you also realize that you have to walk to get from point a to point b quite often and you don't want your walking to make your anterior pelvic tilt worse.
Anterior tilt of the pelvis is when you're spilling your guts out and jamming your spine into extension all day.
It contributes to back, hip, knee, and leg pain.
People often ask: HOW DID THIS HAPPEN? WHY IS THIS HAPPENING TO ME?
So I made a video about it. In this video, I explain the common causes of anterior pelvic tilt in modern life, and I also demonstrate a simple drill to improve your pelvis control.
Check out the full video below or watch it on YouTube.
Do you feel an achy, dull, annoying pain in the side of your hip that’s been there for months or even years? Does it seem to get worse after any type of dynamic physical activity or any prolonged period of sitting?
It’s possible that this discomfort is due to a shortened and dysfunctional tensor fascia latae muscle, or “TFL” for short. I’ve experienced this discomfort myself so I know exactly how much of a pain in the [TFL] it can be!
In this article, we’re going to explain why your tensor fascia lata might be dysfunctional and then present a step-by-step training protocol that can help you reduce your TFL pain.
How should you sleep if you have an anterior pelvic tilt? If you sleep in the wrong position, will it make your tilt worse? If you sleep in a good position, will it make it better?
If you have an anterior pelvic tilt we have some great information for you, including how to sleep to improve your alignment, and a video to help you understand the best position for your pelvis at night.
An anterior tilt is when the front of your pelvis is tipped towards the floor. It's not a terrible orthopedic condition. It just means certain muscles are positioning your pelvis so that the front end is lower than ideal.
However, this position creates an arch in your lower back that is not ideal...