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    Am a 15 year old male and have always noticed my rear sticks out a bit my front doesn't but I noticed recently my back is quite not curved. I am over 6 foot tall possibly 6 foot 2. How can I fix this? Do a lot of running and do weights and stuff trying to keep good posture for now.

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    (Original post by qwertyK)
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    Am a 15 year old male and have always noticed my rear sticks out a bit my front doesn't but I noticed recently my back is quite not curved. I am over 6 foot tall possibly 6 foot 2. How can I fix this? Do a lot of running and do weights and stuff trying to keep good posture for now.

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    stronger hamstrings stronger core improves anterior pelvic tilt; maybe that's what you have? google it to learn more, im not really in a position to talk about it since im quite clueless myself
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    stronger hamstrings stronger core improves anterior pelvic tilt; maybe that's what you have? google it to learn more, im not really in a position to talk about it since im quite clueless myself
    Well I spoke to some peopl about it and they said it was just where I had a lack of fat/muscle on my back
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    Well I do face pulls to correct posture. Usually when your spine curves like that at the bottom the top curves to like Quasimodo.

    For the bottom try some deadlifts or something? Not sure honestly. But face pulls are excellent and really work, those and rear delt flys and bent-over rows. That pulls the top half back I find.
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    If you're worried, find a good physio with an interest in sports.
 
 
 
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