Surprisingly effective exercise for those with back pain due to anterior pelvic tilt
There are quite a lot of people who suffer from back pain due to anterior pelvic tilt.
Please see the image below. The right side is normal.
On the left side, the pelvis is tilted forward and the spine is extremely curved.
If you don't have low back pain, try to imitate the same posture. It's pretty painful.
In addition, the characteristics of this attitude include hard work, overwork, a strong desire for approval, impatience, and a strong desire to control. And because of this posture, their breathing is shallow, and they tend to be distracted even though they think about a lot of things.
As you can see, it can have a negative impact on things other than low back pain.
However, if the pelvic tilt is improved, low back pain will be alleviated or eliminated.
Also, people with low back pain due to anterior pelvic tilt tend to be hard workers, so I think many of them are trying out various exercises.
It's just that it's not very effective, and it seems that the exercise is only for temporary relief. Moreover, it seems that it is often an exercise for low back pain, not an exercise for anterior pelvic tilt.
Here, I would like to tell you about an effective exercise for anterior pelvic tilt.
It's a 2-step exercise, so it's a short and easy exercise, so I think anyone can do it anywhere. If you continue daily, it will gradually disappear.
If the pelvic tilt is eliminated, I think that the back pain will be alleviated and improved. Please continue.
- Lie on your back and bend both knees.
- Press your navel to the floor.
- hold this position for 30 seconds with natural breathing.
Do this for 1 set of 5 times x 3 sets.
- Bend one knee
Note) Keep your ankles straight. If you can roll your body back, do so. But be careful not to raise your knees.
-As in STEP 1, press your navel to the floor.
Note) Continue to breathe naturally for 30 seconds while feeling the stretch around the base of the thigh.
Do this 3 sets of 5 reps each.