Glutes, hamstrings, and transversus abdominus muscle to the rescue! Excessive anterior pelvic tilt creates a multitude of problems for our read the rest ►
Let’s get one thing straight. The Plank should be a part of every woman’s conditioning and body-shaping program and should read the rest ►
You sit down to your 'puter to put in some productive time and start with all the best of intentions when it comes to good posture.
You know, seated upright, upper body in lift, all systems GO.
Yet before you know it - maybe this happens for you, too - you get this little collapse. Your chest sinks down. Your shoulders roll forward. And - seemingly all of a sudden - at or below the belt, your back starts to squeeze and tighten, and you just sit it out (guilty!) or squirm in discomfort.
Guess what's happened? You have created a fatal situation in your back.
Yay, stretches to the rescue! In this Part 4 of Pelvic Tilt talk, I’ve got some easy, effective stretches that read the rest ►
Lower back pain? Might be due, at least in part, to the tilt of your pelvis. Due to a variety read the rest ►
Previously, I addressed a client question regarding the “tuck”, or posterior pelvic tilt position, outside of exercise sessions. Click HERE read the rest ►
Recently, the following question was presented to me by a client regarding implementation of the “tuck” position outside of exercise read the rest ►