Core Strength: Fixing Anterior Pelvic Tilt

Building a Proper Foundation - Hips-Glutes-Abs
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  • Lectures 11
  • Length 36 mins
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 3/2015 English

Course Description

After a 7 year professional career in Track and Field that included 2 Olympic Games, I fully understand the importance of a strong core for optimal athletic performance.

This course will guide you through the proper way of strengthening the core. Whether you are looking to compete in sports or not, this course is a perfect starting point for those looking to get into strength and conditioning for better health, fitness and a greater physique.

This course will guide you through the proper development of core strength. With a focus on proper technique (The Olympian Way), you will re-align your hips for proper posture, while strengthening and toning the core.

This workout routine is THE PERFECT BEGINNER ROUTINE, yet challenging enough for those with several years in fitness.

In less than 25 minutes a day, you will build a better core than you ever thought possible, and it will take less than 1 week for you to start noticing incredible results.

What are the requirements?

  • You should be able to perform basic exercise movements, such as squats lunges and crunches
  • You will need a towel
  • You will need a timer
  • You will need a softball/baseball
  • You will need a flat wall with space to sit against/stretch against

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Strengthen the core for optimal movement patterns and athletic performance
  • Fix anterior pelvic tilt
  • Fix hip posture
  • Develop 6-pack abs
  • Progress to weighted strength and conditioning routines

Who is the target audience?

  • This strength course is for anyone looking to create the proper foundation for strength and conditioning and athletic performance.
  • This course may not benefit those with 10+ years competing at elite or professional levels in sport
  • This course may not benefit those with recent experience in Ballet or Gymnastics

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Holding Position

This is the most important position to hold. This is the position that will allow you to develop that V-Line everyone wants, between their hips and torso.

Position 2- Activating the Glutes
Position 3- Contract The Abs
Section 2: The Exercises
Forward Lunge
Super Slow Squat
Hip Thrust
Wall Sits
Section 3: The Workout
The Workout
Workout Guide
Workout Guide
4 questions

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Instructor Biography

Hector Cotto, Run Fast Make 'Em Chase You

I've dedicated my life to becoming the best athlete I can be. After competing in 2 Olympic Games, 4 World Championships in Track and Field, and setting various University and Puerto Rico National Records, my passion has turned to coaching and helping others realize their potential.

Athletic Achievements

-2008 Olympic Games

-2012 Olympic Games

-2009 World Track and Field Championships

-2011 World Track and Field Championships

-2010 World Indoor Track and Field Championships

-2013 World Indoor Track and Field Championships

- 6x Puerto Rico National Champion (110 Hurdles)

-2 Puerto Rico National Records- 110 Hurdles (13.49) 60 Hurdles (7.71)

-East Carolina University School Record- 110 Hurdles (13.66)

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