This exercise involves lying on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground. You then tilt your pelvis forward and backward, engaging your abdominal muscles and glutes. This helps to strengthen the core and improve posture.
Pelvic Tilt Instructions
- Start by lying on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground.
- Place your hands on your hip bones and make sure they are level.
- Take a deep breath in and as you exhale, gently tilt your pelvis towards your belly button.
- Hold this position for a few seconds and then release.
- Repeat this exercise for 10-15 repetitions.
Pelvic Tilt Form & Visual
Pelvic Tilt Benefits
- Strengthens the lower back muscles
- Improves posture and alignment of the spine
- Reduces lower back pain
- Increases flexibility in the hip flexors and lower back
- Improves core stability and balance
Pelvic Tilt Muscles Worked
- Abdominal muscles
- Lower back muscles
- Gluteal muscles
Pelvic Tilt Variations & Alternatives
- Single Leg Pelvic Tilt
- Double Leg Pelvic Tilt
- Bridge with Pelvic Tilt
- Side-Lying Pelvic Tilt
- Standing Pelvic Tilt