Anterior Pelvic Tilt and the Abs

In my series of posts about dealing with anterior pelvic tilt, I’ve mentioned the role of the hip flexors and the glutes. The hip flexors are generally shortened and tight while the glutes are generally lengthened and inhibited (not working). The abdominal and extensor muscles of the lower back also play an important role. The […]

Anterior Pelvic Tilt Revisited

Anterior pelvic tilt is a condition in which the pelvis is pulled down in front due to tight hip flexors. It’s very common among people who sit in chairs all day. In a previous post I explained how tight hip flexors can lead to APT. There is another component of fixing APT beyond stretching the […]

The Hip Flexors and Anterior Pelvic Tilt

I’m very hip-centric. I understand the importance of a well functioning pair of hips. This is one of those topics that I could spend days and days studying and discussing. Alas, I realize that most readers have no such interest, but I can not stress enoough how important the hip joint is to human performance. […]