How to Deal with Anterior Pelvic Tilt

The number of people experiencing bad posture and back or knee pain is steadily increasing. Millions of dollars are spent each year on pharmaceuticals and other symptom-based treatments to alleviate the pain. However, as most coaches, trainers, and other practitioners involved in corrective exercise know, proper training (even a minimal amount) is a far better long-term option. One of the most common postural deviations you will encounter is excessive anterior pelvic tilt (APT). Some visual cues of anterior pelvic tilt are:
  • A forward tipped pelvis
  • Increased lower back curve (sway back)
  • A “bulging” (not necessarily fat) abdomen
Read the full article on, written by Eric Garnas.