Ivan Kordík

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If your #pelvis is stuck in an Anterior or Posterior Tilt... It may be the cause of your #Back #Pain  An Anterior Pelvic Tilt is when the front of your pelvis drops down ⏬ and the back of the pelvis comes up ⏫and this creates an increased curve in your low back . A Posterior Pelvic Tilt is when the back of the pelvis comes down and tucks under and the front of the pelvis comes up creating a flat spine in the lo...

from - BP ANATOMY: is your pelvis neutral? Our soft tissues are the pulleys and levers which determine where our pelvis sits. The balance between tight and weak muscles is an important one!

The psoas major and the rectus abdominis muscles have an important relationship inside the body even though they don’t literally work together. Muscles relate to each other in many different ways. Sometimes they work in opposition—for the hamstring to lengthen the quadriceps must shorten. This happen through the process of reciprocal inhibition and most often occurs ...

The psoas major and the rectus abdominis muscles have an important relationship inside the body even though they don’t literally work together. Muscles relate to each other in many different ways. Sometimes they work in opposition—for .

a tight psoas can give the apprearance of a pot belly stomach

We all need a strong and balanced core. We all want a long and strong psoas major muscle. These two factors are equally important but they often get in each other’s way in the search .

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The feet are the foundation of the body. They support you when you stand, walk, or run. When your feet are out of balance, your whole body is out of balance.

The feet are the foundation of the body. They support you when you stand, walk, or run. When your feet are out of balance, your whole body is out of balance.

Iliacus – Functional Anatomy | | Integrative Works

Iliacus – Functional Anatomy | | Integrative Works