Standing Pelvic Tilt

Stretching / Very Easy

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How to do Standing Pelvic Tilt:

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standing pelvic tilt is a stretching exercise that primarily targets the lower back ...more

standing pelvic tilt is a stretching exercise that primarily targets the lower back.

Learning proper standing pelvic tilt form is easy with the step by step standing pelvic tilt instructions, standing pelvic tilt tips, and the instructional standing pelvic tilt technique video on this page. standing pelvic tilt is a exercise for those with a very easy level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the standing pelvic tilt video, learn how to do the standing pelvic tilt, and then be sure and browse through the standing pelvic tilt workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. When you're first starting, move your pelvic bone forward and backward for a couple of movements before actually holding it into a stretch.
  2. Keep your hands on your hips or extended straight down by your sides.

Variations

  1. For variety, combine this stretch with other standing stretches, such as for your shoulders or your obliques.
  2. Perform a pelvic tilt laying on the floor.

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation

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Tips

  1. When you're first starting, move your pelvic bone forward and backward for a couple of movements before actually holding it into a stretch.
  2. Keep your hands on your hips or extended straight down by your sides.

Variations

  1. For variety, combine this stretch with other standing stretches, such as for your shoulders or your obliques.
  2. Perform a pelvic tilt laying on the floor.

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation