If you have lower back pain, then try the Pelvic Tilt exercise to boost lower back stability and flexibility. The Pelvic Tilt is a tiny move that works the abdominals and hamstrings in its action. The good thing about pelvic tilts is that are safe for anyone, including women who are pregnant. So for pelvic tilts to work right away, you have to understand which muscles they target, how those muscles may contribute to lumbar pain.
The core is made up of many different muscles of the front, back, and sides of the torso. When the core is strong, it provides support for the rest of the body, preventing postural imbalances and instability that can contribute to pain and even injury. When core muscles are weak postural alignment is thrown off and the entire body lacks adequate support.
Pelvic tilts don’t call on all the muscles of the core. It engages two specific abdominal muscles: One is the multifidus, which extends and rotates the spine. The other is the deepest abdominal muscle, the transverse abdominis, which wraps around the spine to provide stability.
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