I've recently discovered I have anterior pelvic tilt (Donald duck syndrom). That explains why my belly sticks out (I don't have fat there) and I had so much lower back pains, which are now less frequent as I'm working out and trying to correct my posture while working in the computer all day long (I'm a web developer).
I've read lots of articles, seen tons of videos that suggest strengthening the rectus abdominis, external obliques, gluteals, and hamstrings and stretching your lower back and hip flexors to fix the anterior pelvic tilt (ATP).
On the other hand, there are people saying none of that will really help. This study if one example of this idea: ww*w.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2951745 (can't post links). So it's kind a big controversy.
I just wanted to ask if anyone has actually been able to fix ATP by doing these exercises and stretches. If so, what did you do exactly.
I'm going to try them myself anyway, maybe they'd work for me.