So recently I found out, I suffer from Excessive lordosis and anterior pelvic tilt due to years of poor posture sitting on a desk.
I also had a history of shoulder injuries (bicep tendinitis, impignement) but the situation got better by doing more upper back work and correcting the muscle imbalance.
I read tons of information, now still I have some questions left,
This are the excersises I will do everyother 2 days.
- Glute bridges
- Reverse crunches
- Leg raises
- leg curls
any advices on these?
Things I am willing to do but not sure if i should do
- stiff legged deadlifts
- hyper extensions without arching back at the top
Can I still train my quads? i'll stop doing squats but are leg extensions and maybe front squats a thing that I can do? or am I better of not training them for a while?
What stretches are the most important (I hate stretches) for the hips/quads? the plan is do to the stretches everyday combined with foam rolling excersises
I bought a foam roller but am not sure which are the good excersises and in general not making my situation worse!
btw, this is a pic of my condition right now:
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Help would be much appreciated!! thanks!!!