Sick of feeling stuck in anterior tilt?

Low back hurt? Knees feel stiff? Lost in a sea of YouTube videos give you conflicting information?

Fix Anterior Pelvic Tilt 2.0

Learn how to fix anterior pelvic tilt without gadgets, gizmos, or a never-ending series of chiropractic appointments.

Fixing Anterior Pelvic Tilt can be frustrating.

There are countless videos on YouTube telling you that you only need to do THIS ONE exercise to fix Anterior Tilt.

There are half-naked buff dudes claiming that lifting heavier weights will fix your anterior tilt. 

There are fitness gurus who have never held a normal 9 to 5 job telling you how to take care of your body -- even though they don't know what it's like to sit at a computer for hours a day...

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Fixing Anterior Tilt for normal people doesn't have to be so hard.

If we look at the real lives of real people with real jobs, we can see common issues that keep you stuck in anterior pelvic tilt. 

Whether you work at a register, sit at a desk, are an avid weekend warrior, or spend your free time playing video games, there are some key areas that need to be addressed. 

And just doing the "buff guy routine" isn't going to cut it.

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I've lived with Anterior Tilt and know the struggle of trying to fix it.

I’m Matt Hsu, the founder of Upright Health. I spent years trapped in anterior pelvic tilt.

It all started after a back injury. An acupuncturist told me to relax my belly muscles all the time…so I did.

Then I ended up with a shoulder injury. Then I tried to implement the “relax your belly” technique again...


Fast forward a few years, and I was living alone in a tiny studio apartment in Japan with very little ability to speak Japanese. I was trying to figure out how to sit at the computer so my right shoulder wouldn’t hurt.

I started sitting with big time anterior tilt. I cranked my low back into extension as much as I could. This made my shoulder feel better and seemed to match the idea of “sitting up straight.” So I doubled down on this sitting technique for a long while…

Fast forward another couple years, and some posture experts I was learning from were telling me the same thing I’d heard before…’RELAX YOUR ABS.’ BIG CURVE in your low back!


I spent at least 10 years in anterior pelvic tilt.

I ended up with hip pain, reduced hip range of motion, weak knees, feet, and ankles. I was lifting weights but somehow still not feeling good…

When I finally realized that I was training my body to be stiff and locked in an anterior pelvic tilt, I put in a lot of time and effort to put my pelvis back in neutral.

I also learned that some of the things I was doing in daily life and during my workouts were sabotaging my progress!


Anterior tilt was a big roadblock for me, and it was definitely a major contributor to my broken body. Once I learned how to really get rid of it, I knew I should put it into a program for others.


I always want to be mobile, resilient, and strong so I can do fun stuff like playing with my kid, riding my bike, or catching some waves. I know others out there are just like me. There's no reason to suffer with APT when fixing anterior tilt can be straightforward! 

Upright Health creates videos and programs that solve problems.





So let's answer some common anterior pelvic tilt questions...

The key to solving any problem is understanding it before taking action! 

Let's dive in to your questions about anterior tilt! 

What the heck is anterior pelvic tilt? 

Let’s make sure you know what anterior tilt is. Think of your pelvis like a bowl. There’s a front of the bowl and a back of the bowl.

When the front of the bowl is tipping lower than the back, the contents spill forward.

The front of your pelvis (pubic bone) is the front of the bowl. Your butt is the back of the bowl.

When you are in anterior tilt, your lower spine is also stuck in a curve in a specific direction. This direction is called “extension.”


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How do I know if I have anterior pelvic tilt?  

Here's a simple test. Lie on the floor face up. Bend your knees so the soles of your feet are on the floor. You should feel a small gap between your lower spine and the floor. That's normal.

If you've got good pelvic control, you should be able to flatten your low back to the floor.

If you're stuck in anterior tilt, you'll feel a huge gap between your low back and the floor. When you try to flatten your low back, you'll find it hard or impossible.

When standing, from the side view, you'll that you have a big arch in your low back that your tail / butt sticks out (check out the images below for an example).




This is what different pelvic tilts look like

Example of anterior pelvic tilt side view

Anterior Pelvic Tilt

Neutral Pelvic Tilt

Neutral Pelvic Tilt

Posterior pelvic tilt

Posterior Pelvic Tilt

Anterior Tilt isn't some grave medical condition. It's about teaching muscles to position your bones a certain way!

Your goal is to be able to achieve all these positions when and where you need them!


What are the symptoms of anterior tilt?

Being stuck in anterior tilt can make your low back feel stiff and fragile all the time, because it’s stuck in extension all day.

It can also give you sharp pains as your body warns you that you’re at the end of your range of motion. For example, if you’re already in extension and you try to do a back bend or cobra pose FURTHER into extension!

Anterior tilt can also make your hips LESS mobile. The muscles that keep you in anterior tilt aren’t able to function properly. By definition, this reduces your hip range of motion.

Finally, depending on your anatomy, anterior tilt may make it impossible to achieve certain movements as your thigh bone runs into your pelvis!

hyperlordosis extension from anterior pelvic tilt

Can I fix anterior tilt of my pelvis?

Yes. The position of your pelvis, spine, and leg bones is the result of muscle activity. If your muscles are trained to hold you in anterior tilt, that’s what they’ll do.

If they are not trained to get you out of anterior tilt, you’ll be stuck!

Teach your muscles how to activate and work in new positions, and you’ll be able to achieve anterior, neutral, AND posterior tilt!

achieve neutral pelvis tilt position

Can exercises to fix anterior tilt actually work? Isn’t it a bone problem?

This is one of the biggest misconceptions about anterior tilt. Chiropractors, doctors, and physical therapists will say that anterior tilt is a bone problem. Sometimes they say it CAN’T be fixed.

When someone says that anterior tilt is a bone problem that can’t be fixed, it only means that they don’t know how to fix anterior tilt and/or that they've never given the topic serious thought. 

pelvic bone

Things health professionals will say about Anterior Tilt

I've heard all the lines about APT. You need some more appointments to fix your anterior tilt. You need another adjustment to your spine. You need to commit to $100 appointments FOR ETERNITY so we can massage the right muscles...


There are two BIG problems with this very common approach.

  1. NOBODY can make weak muscles stronger for you.
  2. You'll be paying thousands of dollars for poor results that don't last.

If you want to control your anterior tilt, you need to learn how to fix anterior tilt yourself. 

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Can I just use a free video online to fix my anterior tilt?

Some free resources to fix anterior tilt are great! Use them! Use some of mine! 😄

Ultimately, students who join our anterior tilt program are usually frustrated because of conflicting information and ineffective/incorrect information they find online.

The reality is that you can’t squeeze everything into a ten or twenty minute video. I know I can't squeeze everything into one single video!

If you want a comprehensive understanding of anterior tilt and how to fix it a detailed, systematic program is the way to go. That way you can learn and apply things logically and consistently. 

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This is what people say about some of our FREE Anterior Tilt videos! 

I put together a program so you can fix your anterior tilt yourself.

I've learned a lot from my own body. I've learned a lot from working with clients from all over the world. I've taken all the lessons I've learned about anterior tilt and packed them all into one program


Over 30 videos

You'll learn exercises to correct anterior tilt with straightforward and clear video instructions for all exercises.

You'll learn why anterior pelvic tilt happens and what you can do on a daily basis to stay aligned, healthy, and strong.

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Printable PDF Course Workbook

The course workbook is easy to use and reference and will work on any device. It helps you plan routines in a principled, effective manner.

Why a PDF and not some fancy iPhone/Android app? Because phones, computers, and tablets are a gateway to distraction, and we want you focused when you train your body.

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This program is instantly accessible in an online video course with a PDF workbook. 
No need to wait for shipping!

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There are plenty of fitness gurus out there who work out five hours a day to maintain their bodies. Their anterior tilt advice works well - if all you do is exercise, dance, and work out all day!

This program keeps things practical and applicable for YOU in your REAL life.

"The program is awesome, and I want you to know how monumental it has been for me. I feel like until I actually put in the time and effort to learn my own body, a lot of these concepts would not really click, at least for me. But your videos have helped guide me through this process so much and given me inspiration to keep tackling this and just be better all around - its great. 

It’s one thing to watch the videos and be like “hmm okay, I see," but that moment when I’m practicing a cue or movement and it just clicks and I understand how it works and what its supposed to feel like…those moments are straight up golden! So thanks for everything you do; you’re a big part of my successes."

- Hao Vu



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The Fix Anterior Tilt Program will save you a lot of time and money. 

You could spend years getting your spine adjusted or doing endless sessions with a P.T. or trainer. It would cost you thousands of dollars (if not tens of thousands). And you might still have your anterior tilt.

When people come to train with the Upright Health team, they pay $200 - $425 per session.

I know not everyone can afford that, and I know that motivated people can fix anterior tilt themselves.

This program gives you months' worth of coaching at a fraction of the cost, and you can do it all at home at your own pace.

In the end, you have the tools and understanding to fix and maintain your body yourself.

"I can't believe my physiotherapist never explained the reasons why I was doing exercises.

It's totally true, all those exercises that I got only work if you understand the reason why you’re doing them! Once I understood I could correct my posture at all times, 24/7!"

Sally B.

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"I’ve b​een lifti​ng weights for about a year now, flipping from program to program without truly understanding midline stabilization or motor control. I found this program by accident and immediately started implementing their cues. I saw significant difference in all my movements, a​nd I also saw where my mobility restrictions were. 

This program is the real deal because they approach posture and movement from a broad perspective - from pro athletes to older folks (no joke) - and know how to program routines for each. If you want to be the most efficient you can, look no further. These guys bring very complex ideas ​and break them down for you in easy to understand terms."

Alex K.



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This program either helps you, or you get your money back so you can get the help you need. It’s that simple.

Try it for 60 days! If you don't feel like it's a good fit for you, just email us for a refund - and you'll get it without any hassles!

The only thing you have to lose is your anterior tilt.