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Memes, 🤖, and Commons: overly Rounded Neutral Spine @drjacob. harden DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE TRAINING YOUR CORE The most common cue given to fix anterior pelvic tilt is to learn to posterior tilt. And that's 👍 great advice. But it can be taken too far. While we need to tilt back, it should only be to neutral, 🚧 not past it. When I see people doing core work, I often find them pulling into a full posterior tilt and a flattened to even rounded low back. 🙅 THAT'S NOT WHAT WE WANT! If the goal with posture and athletic movements is to be neutral, we need to strengthen and stabilize neutral. That means having a lumbar curve. (NOTE: If the goal is to be strong in the hollow position or with more psoterior tilt, then the check and X would switch. All about context.) We need to train for the goal, which in the case of fixing APT, is to hold a neutral spine. Many of you will find that you are not very strong in a true neutral and that 3 minute plank quickly becomes 30 seconds, especially when you start controlling your 😥 breathing as well. We rely on the crunching of the abs and the rounded position to help us resist extension. Instead, in this case, we need to maintain our lumbar curve and integrate 🌐 360° of core musculature to hold our position. So long story short: One faulty position can't fix another. If you want to maintain a neutral spine in your posture and under load, you have to strengthen that position. Train for the goal. Do you want to see a 🎬 video tomorrow of how to set up and execute a proper plank? Let me know below! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody

DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE TRAINING YOUR CORE The most common cue given to fix anterior pelvic tilt is to learn to posterior tilt. And that's 👍...

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