Certainly getting a better understanding of how to move the pelvis into a neutral position without having to squeeze the hell out my glutes. Been trying to hold that position whilst standing at work today. Lower ab area started really tight and pulling sensation at the start of the day, now it’s not as apparent so I think it’s relaxed a bit. Like you say though transferring that to more difficult moves is going to be a slow step by step process.
One thing mentioned in the first Athelean video was stretching out the lower back, is that something that needs to be added in?
The more I look into this and the more I watch the videos, things I have complained about for years now make so much more sense. I’ve always complained of having tight hamstrings and poor flexibility in them, I’ve tried to fix them many times with stretching and it’s never made any difference. Now I know they are a symptom of the pelvic tilt and won’t get better until that’s better.