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February Challenge

Very often there can be tightness in the front of your thigh and hip flexors (the quads / quadriceps muscles) which can cause your pelvis to tilt forwards as they are pulling on the front of it down towards your knees.


  1. Make sure you are standing up completely straight and do not allow your pelvis or hips to twist or lean forwards
  2. Bring your leg behind you and grab the heel
  3. Pull the foot towards the buttock and see if you can get your heel to contact the buttock
  4. Check the other side for symmetry


If you cannot touch heel to bum without twisting, or you there is an uneven stretch, then either do the above as a stretch or speak to your Chiropractor for specific advice!