Here is another must watch video that will help balance the curve in your lower back. Since most people do have a strong anterior pelvic shift with a fixated and tight set of hip flexors, an excessive curve (hyperextension) in the lumbar spine is an inevitability. In most cases, this curve represents a tonicity of the tissues in the hip flexors drawing the spine anteriorly and inferiorly towards the femurs. The spine and hip hyperextensors then take over to wire in the problem.

In this video we show you some strategies to overcome this very common problem. Please like and share the video with your friends as these videos are a bit of work to get put together. The more you share, the more we can share.

Train intentionally, not habitually,

Naudi

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