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Subject: RE: RunningArt or others--How to fix anterior pelvic tilt? Rounded stomach?
This directly above is obviously stupidity.
Lots of other great Rx(s) above. Those stretches and foam rolling are very important. You have to get rid of some of the tone in those tighter muscles, hip flexors, and lumbar. Any glute activation drills would be for naught if those muscles won't allow it. It can be a case of tight hip flexors ( psoas, illiacus, rectus femoris, TFL) or over activity of these muscles can shut down glute firing. But it can feed from the opposite way too with weakened glutes allowing the flexors to become hyper-tonic.
I'd suggest stretching with foam rolling of those tighter muscles, glute activation drills, then run. After running, stretch/foam roll after, then more glute activation and strengthening.
It sounds like a lot and can be. But it's what is required from the many hours we feed these problems by sitting all day long which place the hip flexors in a flexed and shortened state and while the lutes get lazy and shut off.
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