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Lower Ab Pelvic Tilt Exercises

Lower Abdominal Tilts

How to Do Lower Ab Pelvic Tilt

1. Lie with with your knees bent and your back flattened against the floor. Tighten your buttocks and tilt your pelvis to help you do this. Bend your elbows and put your hands behind your head, keeping your elbows in contact with the floor.

2. Tighten your pelvis and tilt it upwards to your rib cage. At the same time, tighten your lower abdominal muscles and gently push your lower back into the floor. Hold for a count of 3. Relax your muscles and let your pelvis ease back to its normal position. Repeat this exercise slowly.

Lower Ab Pelvic Tilt Tip

Keep your head and neck on the floor at all times during this exercise.

Lower Ab Pelvic Tilt Repetitions:

First 2 weeks:
Do 1 set of 5-10 repeats, 4 days per week.
Second 2 weeks:
Do 2 sets of 10-20 repeats, 4 days per week.
Ongoing:
Do 3 sets of 20-30 repeats, 4 days per week.

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