Anterior Pelvic Tilt Advice?

I have a Anterior Pelvic Tilt (APT) and no matter what I do in the gym it will not go back to neutral. Stretching the hip flexors (psoas, illiacus) and lumbar spine while strenghtening the glutes, hamstring complex and the core (rectus abdominus, TVA, IO, EO etc) will not affect the position of my hips. There are 168 hours in a week and if I spend 5 hrs attempting to correct my imbalance I will still have 163 hours to reinforce the condition. What can I do?

On average I walk 5 to 6 miles per day and I rarely sit. So I attempt to maintain a slight posterior pelvic tilt as I walk and while I stand I internally rotate my my hips (pigeon toed) in order to stretch out my Psoas and deep interal rotators.

My APT still exists…any recommenadations?

Try getting some ART done on your Hip Flexors and Quads. This helped me tremendously. Not only that, but all my lifts went way up.

Post a training log so we can see if you’re missing something.