This sequence can also be done completely by itself in case you do not currently have a fitness regime. Depending on the severity of your APT, you might want to do this sequence exclusively for a week or so and lay off your normal routine entirely. You would only do that for a week or so though before going back to your normal routine.
The workout routines here will be divided into two different formats or sessions:
Advanced APT Corrective Exercise Split (to be done either at the gym or home 4-5 days a week)
Low-Intensity APT Flow (ideal for use just before bedtime or as a maintenance plan once the APT issue has been resolved)
Frequency: Aim to complete this workout 4-5 days per week.
Rest Period: I suggest keeping rest time between sets to 30 seconds or less to optimize efficiency. However, if you require more rest, be sure to listen to your body.
This program is quite comprehensive and will require some time to work through the entire sequence. If you typically exercise independently, I recommend shortening your usual workout and incorporating this sequence at the end until the APT condition improves.
Once you have properly adjusted your pelvis to a neutral position, it is advisable to consider either discontinuing the exercises entirely or gradually reducing their frequency to around 1-2 times per week. This adjustment is vital to prevent the risk of overcorrecting your Anterior Pelvic Tilt. Kindly follow the exercises detailed below in the specified sequence for optimal results and pelvic alignment.
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