The path towards finding out what efficient movement is for a human being has been one of great difficulty considering all the variables that are thrown my way when I experiment in the lab. I have found that much of what has been written in textbooks regarding biomechanics definitely have validity, but only within a very limited context. So much of the information found in books claiming to address muscular imbalance have seemingly failed at some of the most basic principles of kinesiology. In the video above I break down what an anterior pelvic tilt actually looks like and how it applies in reality. Although it’s a bit different than the explanation of what I’ve seen others use to describe lumbo-pelvic hip imbalances, it seems to pin down what is actually going on in the body when deficiency is present in that region. I find that most theory out there is next to useless and hopefully people will be able to find use from videos like this and ones I will be posting soon similar.