Pelvic tilt exercise for core stability
Try this simple pelvic tilt exercise at home. This is great for your core stability and taking tension off of the lower back.
Hey everyone, this is Dr. Dan and Dr. Park and today we're gonna be going over how to do a pelvic tilt. A pelvic tilt is a great exercise for core stability and taking tension off of the low back.
For this exercise what you're gonna do, you're gonna lay flat on the floor with your knees bent and feet flat. The goal of this exercise is to roll your hips and pelvis back and flatten the low back while engaging the core. Dr. Park is gonna show you how to do that right now. So go ahead, let's see a couple. As you can see, it's a really small movement. He's basically just shortening the core with a very small movement; hips are rolling towards the head and his back is flattening against the ground.
You're gonna want to do three sets of 30 of these per day and that's going to help improve that core stability.
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