Anterior pelvic tilt (also known as “lower crossed syndrome”) is characterized by a forward tipped pelvis that causes the hips to push out back and the abdominals to stick out forward. As a result, this creates a curve in the lower back. This postural pattern can lead to lower back pain and tightness, and inhibit proper force production and/or activation of the glutes when lifting. It’s essential that you perform the correct anterior pelvic tilt stretches and exercises in order to fix it. The most effective way to correct it seems to be through strengthening the glutes and abdominals while stretching the hip flexors which are often tight. Hamstring tightness may also be present but is moreso a consequence of the forward tipped pelvis. Thus, in this video I’ll provide you with an anterior pelvic tilt workout that you can implement and get started with right away.