How bilateral hamstring tightness affects the posture and movement of the lumbar spine in standing position?

Hmm ... "The hamstrings tend to pull the pelvis into retroversion and thereby straighten out the lordosis (curvature) of the lumbar spine. Thus, hamstrings that are too tight can lead to problems with the spine, especially for dancers." These issues are specified for a sitting position, but I'm quite sure they apply to a standing position, as well.

"Anatomy of Movement" by Blandine Calais-Germaine, p. 221-223

"Anatomy of Movement" by Blandine Calais-Germaine, p. 221-223

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