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    How to train with upper cross syndrome and anterior pelvic tilt?

    Hello. Does anyone have some knowledge how to train while having those two syndromes? Is full body workout with adding some corrective exercises good way and it will be fixed over time or better to first focus to correct these two syndromes and then start lifting again?
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    You can start lifting full body while also working to correct these. Anterior pelvic tilt to some degree doesn't even really need to be corrected. Look up athlean-x videos on posture for ideas on how to work on this.
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