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Pelvic Tilt


Capt Laydon
To do the Pelvic Tilt, lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Don’t press your neck or lower back to the floor. Breathe deeply. You should be comfortable and relaxed in this position.

Tighten your buttocks and stomach muscles.

Slowly push your lower back downward – this should be a small, subtle movement.

Hold your back in this position for five seconds.

Slowly return to normal, and relax.

Do this about five times.