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This Relaxing Inner-Thigh Stretch Does Way More Than You Think

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  id you know that there’s a relationship between the soles of your feet, inner thighs and your pelvic floor? When your body is optimally aligned, this connection starts from the feet, flows seamlessly up through your body and helps to keep everything in working order. But, in our culture, we wear shoes and sit a lot starting when we’re …

How to Fix Poor Posture Caused by Over-Arching the Low Back

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When your low back is chronically arched because your pelvis has what’s called an anterior tilt, it can cause poor posture, back pain, chronic muscle tightness, pelvic floor dysfunction and many other problems.

Today I’ll show you a simple way to balance and re-align the pelvis to solve this problem and regain proper posture.

Get the Most Out of Your Bridge without the Cramping Hamstrings

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  he bridge is one of my all-time favorite exercises! It’s my go-to solution when my back is feeling tight and when I want to really activate my glutes. But it hasn’t always been a pleasant experience for me. My glutes used to be inactive and my hamstrings would cramp like crazy every time I did a bridge. Today’s video …

The Easy Antidote to a Misaligned Pelvis, or, How to Fix Your Pelvis Alignment

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  n the last post we learned that tucking the pelvis during exercise can have negative affects and it’s not the best way to strengthen your body or lengthen your spine. In this article we’ll look at the antidote to a tucked pelvis: the neutral pelvis. Our spine has three curves in it: One in the low back called the …