Back Exercises & Stretches : Pelvic Tilt Lower Back Exercise

Back Exercises & Stretches : Pelvic Tilt Lower Back Exercise


The first stretching exercise is going to
be the pelvic tilt which is going to help stretch out the lower back muscles. First
thing you are going to want to do is be on your back. You can be on a bench or you can
be in the floor. Then you are going to want to bend your knees so your feet are flat on
the ground. Now you are going to want to tighten your buttocks and your abdomen flattening
the small of your back against the floor. You are going to hold this for a count of
five, slowly relax, and then repeat five times. This is a very subtle move. What you do not
want is your hips and everything coming off the table. So we are going to come back down
here. As I said, the trick is if you put your hand underneath your low back, you are going
to feel it, there is a curve there. So the trick is you want to flatten that out so that
if you just gently rock the pelvis you will feel the back flatten out. Another trick is
you can pretend like there is an actual pole going through your hips here and what you
want to do is rock back on the pole. So as the patient rocks back, that is the motion
there. You are going to want to do five repetitions of this and eventually once you get a mastery
of it you can move up in repetitions until you get to fifteen. Now we are going to move
on to the next stretching exercise which is knees to chest.

17 comments on “Back Exercises & Stretches : Pelvic Tilt Lower Back Exercise

  1. Ahmed Tha King Post author

    In the car ? Aha very interesenting lol 😀
    What would people say, if you say that like u horny or something ? 😀
    kinda stupid to do it in public.. neways 😀
    baby pulls are good for your lower back, it's a strech.. But really does help.. for more of that check out elastic steel 😉 paul is awesome 😉
    this video is great, the girl is hot 😀

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  2. tyciol Post author

    Emphasizing posterior pelvic tilt helps to stretch the lower back since the back of the pelvis drops as the front rises.

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  3. Kathleen Ivan Post author

    this is a video to help women exercise w/o killing themselves. Those are exercises I love because my knees are all out of whack but I got a slight belly. 🙂

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  4. MarcusAurelius Post author

    How is this good for back problems? When I do this it is extremely painful.

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  5. Damyan Uzunov Post author

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  6. MrSham3less Post author

    I´ve got the same problem, did squats, 20 kg too, lol, since then I haven´t done any squats and when I cough I´m getting pain on the right side of the back :/

    6 months ago, but, still having pain?

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  7. Rasa Balkiene Post author

    you are right. you can make your workout sessions much more productive if your eating the right foods to avoid fat and belly. Between I saw an interview with body building champion where he talks about 7 odd foods he eats to keep his abs hard. i found it here bit.ly/1626mlL?=ohdyb

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  8. Illusionist Post author

    you are right. you can make your workout sessions much more productive if your eating the right foods to avoid fat and belly. Between I saw an interview with body building champion where he talks about 7 odd foods he eats to keep his abs hard. i found it here bit.ly/1626mlL?=ohdyb

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