Anterior Pelvic Tilt & Squats – Corrections & Cues (Part 2)
Front loading a squat provides counter balance to allow you to better sit into and load hips 🔹goblet or front squatting also recruits core and spine erector tension keeping the pelvis and rib cage better positioned reducing the temptation to anteriorly tilt.
🔹Squatting to a target gives you an end range cue to pause and recruit any tension that may have been lost during the movement
🔹Try these as part of a warm up or a regression if you can’t keep a neutral spine and pelvis with squats!
Overarching in the low back decreases the ability to create sufficient hamstring tension during squats. Find out one simple modification to improve trunk and pelvis position with squats