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So I've continued making great progress in this regard. I haven't been diligent in doing ALL of the stretches, poses, etc daily but what I have found is that by focusing on them initially for a few months I'm now in much better alignment during pushups, pullups or while walking, sitting, or using cardio equipment.

My waistline is starting to look better than it has in over a decade. I've gotten this lean before but the postural alignment basically hid the results.

I've basically decided to give up weightlifting for muscle/strength gains for the next ~100 days and I'm going to focus 100% on finalizing this APT correction. I've got stretching and cressey exercises, cardio, and closed chain exercises (mostly pushup/pullups) that I will continue doing.

I am taking a 90 day yoga course and will attempt not to miss a single day. If i can just finish my progress it seems pretty clear that my body recomposition will be ready to take off once I return to weightlifting.

The amount of pain relief I've received in my lower back, neck, hamstrings, knees, etc simply cannot be understated. Everything is easier. Walking, sleeping, even just laying on the couch is imminently More comfortable
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This entire thread is Gold! Thank you guys.
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This maybe not the place to ask this... I was fascinated these articles, but I barely have access to the gym. Is there anything similar & good enough to do at home, with minimal gear requirements?
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Since im assuming you're newe to this try going through the list of stretches I mentioned in the opening post there are pictures and videos online of each exercise. I watched a ton of "fix your anterior pelvic tilt" videos on YouTube that were all helpful tOz varying degrees. In all seriousness things like glute bridges it will only take a matter of days to start seeing results .

Each day try tout hold stretches deeper. When you feel a good stretch that means you're in new territory so make it count! That's when I want you to stop and hold it. Take a series of slow deep breaths you'll feel it start to make an improvement in the muscle. Then (important) try to stretch just a little deeper.


This game is all about making progress.. just like you need more weight on the bar each workout you need deeper, more controlled breathing, held longer stretches to make progress. It will happen pretty rapidly at first
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Definitely going to work on it! I'd rather have 50% of something than 100% of nothing.

Today though I actually took the time and went to the gym to try out the first workout in the "Neanderthal No More - 4" protocol. I had to come here and share my impression!

Results were really quite noticeable after just that first workout (says a lot about how crooked my posture really is). I Literally walked out the gym differently than I walked in.

The way the weight goes through the knees and spreads into the feet felt different and more "easy". my pelvic felt a lot more stable and "bouncy", sort of ready to jump. core felt held in my center of gravity. shoulders felt more relaxed as the lower body provided a more solid base to hold my upper body's weight.

Good stuff!
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