Pelvic Tilt (Posterior)

Posterior pelvic tilt stretches the tissues and opens the joint in the lower back. This exercise can be particularly beneficial for relieving stiffness if you have a sway back.
These exercises will help you prevent and help you correct your posterior tilt.
Posterior tilt usually is caused by tight muscles such as the Hamstrings and the Rectus abdominis.

Proper form

- Gently flatten the arch of your lower back curve into the mattress.
- Repeat this tilting action 3-4 times

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