21 This is the second variation on the basic pelvic tilt supine

Dec. 02, 1957
Dec. 02, 1957

Table of Contents
Dec. 2, 1957

From The Flyways
Fisherman's Calendar
Scouting Report
  • NAVY 24

    The 1957 Middies are as dangerous as any in Coach Eddie Erdelatz' eight years at Annapolis. An upset by North Carolina and tie by Duke showed that their explosive running-passing can be stopped, but Navy has relaxed since and a bowl hangs on victory

  • ARMY 26

    This year Coach Earl Blaik has assembled his favorite kind of Army team—a big, strong bulldozer that has averaged 405 yards per game. It will go over, through or around you, and only Notre Dame has stopped it. It lacks guile but needs none

Lambs into Lions
Pheasant Flurry
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

21 This is the second variation on the basic pelvic tilt supine

In one of Bonnie's basic exercises (August 5) you learned the pelvic tilt in the supine position. Exercise 14 showed you how to do the same exercise on your knees. This week Bonnie demonstrates the maneuver in a standing position. The pelvic exercises are particularly valuable for skiers, tennis players and horseback riders. However, since stabilization of the pelvis is necessary for good posture and balance, these exercises should be included in everyone's program.

This is an article from the Dec. 2, 1957 issue Original Layout

Stand with your feet apart, bend your knees and place your hands on the bent knees while keeping your head up, back swayed and seat high (above). In the second position (right), tuck your seat under your torso and tighten both your seat and your abdominal muscles while dropping your head and continuing to rest your hands on your bent knees. Hold this position for a few seconds and then return to the first position. Repeat the exercise 10 times. Include one of the pelvic tilts in your program at least three times every week.