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Old 06-23-2013, 11:17 AM   #4
Matt Edwards
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Springfield, MA
Posts: 225

Seems like you're living in a pronounced pelvic tilt and have a tight "sticky" low/mid back?

If so, my suggestions would be the already mentioned glute and core work (specifically anti-extension exercises). And, try rockback breathing:
The emphasis is placed on breathing through your stomach and expanding your stomach and low back all 360 degrees. Deep breaths in and a FULL exhale out.

If you don't see almost immediate benefits, then I'd recommend going to a see a QUALIFIED physical therapist.

EDIT: I'd add in if it is an anterior pelvic tilt, the last thing you would ever want to do is stretch the hamstrings/glutes. These muscle groups are already on stretch 24/7/365 and would only feed into the problem potentially making it worse.
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