Generally with Lordosis:
-the hip flexors are tight
-the quads are tight (specifically the Rectus Femoris)
-the lower back is tight
-the glutes are weak
-the abs (especially lower Rectus Abdominus) are weak
-the hamstrings may be weak or understimulated
In my experience (my own as well as most of my clients with this issue), most people with Lordosis also have tight pecs (both Pec Major and Pec Minor), tight lats/Teres Major, tight triceps (specifically long head), and weak lower and middle traps. Aka, their overhead mobility is poor or they have dysfunctional overhead mechanics.