Follow along with Mark’s detailed coaching of the basics of Pelvic Tilt. Use this exercise for building awareness and foundation strength. It’s a tool for life, try using this gentle movement to ease low back and hip pain.
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Tips to help you perfect pelvic tilt: • First, give thought to your base at the beginning, and throughout each repetition. • Also, balance something flat; such as a board, measuring stick, or even a rigid pillow, across your knees to provide feedback resulting from unwanted aberrant movement.
Drop into some Sit-Squats and hang back! Hold here for 3 counts. Keep your eyes, head and shoulders dropped to form a line extending from the upper body through the fingertips. Train those foundation muscles and challenge your balance, and you’ll feel that anaerobic mood boost! . .
Use a mirror or ask a friend to check your front knee and make sure it’s at 90 degrees when you do the lunge stretch. . . KEEP THE KNEE OF THE FRONT LEG OVER YOUR HEEL. Avoid drifting your knee over the mid-foot or toes. Slide your back leg […]
Bill has been rebuilding, repairing and overcoming with Dynamic Balance for 5 years. . . Like many clients there isn’t just one area of concern- we’ve worked with him as a whole, including low back, knees, hips and shoulders. After 2 major motorcycle accidents and a handful of minor spills, […]