Not an injury/rehab question and I know that strengthening the inhibited antagonist muscle can cure APT.
I've been noticing that the powerlifters in my gym seems to have anterior pelvic tilt. Maybe the huge ass and protruding gut create the illusion but they also have "duck feet", i.e. the toes pointing outward when walking. In my experience, APT causes my feet/toes to point outward. As I bring the hip to more neutral position, the feet are more parallel to each other (but my knees feel somewhat uncomfortable).
Do you think there's any chance for this to happen? Or perhaps they just have APT since the first time and it just persists until this day. The weightlifters seem to be more normal but they are also leaner.