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Hi gb community, In recent years a couple of medical professionals have told me my right leg is about five centimeters shorter than my left. Three days ago, an orthopedic surgeon looked at my hip x-ray and said my pelvis is oblique. What are ways people treat this kind of thing? Has anyone here dealt with it personally? I read an article that suggested it could be due to long-term usage of one side of my body compared with the other, which makes sense for me. I skateboarded for years standing with my left foot in the back only. I notice when doing my gb exercises my feet do tend to shift so my left leg is a bit further back, even if the start at the same place. Thx Matt
Greetings fellow friends, I have had a lot of discussion about the hollow body shape concerning the pelvis and/or legs. 1. If for example you are hanging from the high bar, you should press your chest inwards to achieve a round back. Now should there be an angle between the legs and the lower back/pelvis, i.e. should there be a small pike? Or should it be completely straight and all the roundness should come from the upper back area? I hope this question is clear :S 2. Also, when I do the hollow body on the floor, should I try to press my lower back so far into the ground, that my glutes lift off the ground? I hope that I articulated myself well enough and you can help me with this problem, Fynn