Guys I would aprechiate any advise that you have for me, to solve my problem with anterior pelvic tilt. First let me warn you that english is my second language, incease you start wondering why I spell like a retard.
Anyway let me give you my stats and some backround information on me.
BW of (79kg) 175lb
Squat (160kg) 355lb
Bench (130kg) 288lb
Deadlift (205kg) 451lb
I started powerlifting about a year ago. During this time I have found it very hard to improve my squat poundages, but found it relatively easy to make good gains on my bench and deadlift. I was always pondering why is that I can not out squat my deadlift.
First I suspected that I have a problem with my technic and read up on squating as much as I could. Technicly I read everiyhing by Dave Tate and Luise S. By the way I train Westside style
However, last week someone pointed out the hard facts, that I have anterior pelvic tilt and advised me to read Militant hypertrophy, here at T-mag. I found the articles Militant hypertrophy and Pelvis left the Building, very informative.
I am 100% determined to fix my problem and I am avare of that I need to train and strenghten my abs. Abdominal trainig will get the highest priority in my training. In this matter I will reffer to articles writen by Ian King and Don Alessi. I will also spend some extra time on streching my lowerback/hipflexors before and after training and at least once off training days. Also I will reduce my squat poundages and try to re-program my neurogical pathways to learn the correct form of squat ( without the APT ). I will probably practice on paralel or high boxes and rise the weights only if I am happy with my form.I will also hit my hamstrings hard on the GHR and do some extra movements for my glutes, probably lunges.
The one thing I am hesitant about is the use of the Reverse hyper in my program. I kind of feel that this would contribute to my lower back tightness. What do you advise?
In your opinion, what else do I need to do, to fix it?