Beginner postural exercise video for anterior pelvic tilt
Postural exercise video to correct the anterior pelvic tilt requires an exercise that will stretch tight deep hip flexors, while at the same time strengthening the underactive Gluteus Maximus muscles. In this posture correction video, this is an example of a perfect demonstration for a beginner that doesn’t have much balance yet.
How to do the beginner’s postural exercise
This postural exercises video here shows an easier approach to performing the lunge exercise. If you feel that you are still unstable while performing this exercise, it’s OK to hold on to something until more strength and stability are achieved.
To perform this postural exercise, it is important to take a wide stance with one leg forward and one leg to the rear. This exercise should be done slowly with the head and shoulders up straight, breathing deeply through the nose on the way down, and fully exhaling through the mouth on the way up. During this posture correction exercise it’s important to keep the body upright during the entire movement, no leaning forward. To progress this exercise, try it with your hands behind your head.
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