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AvatarNathan Richer
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Dan, good piece of data on that lean on left leg! Definitely other things you do in the 23 hours out of the gym can create conditions. 

I would try evening out your weight to both legs, and don’t lean on one leg. Make sure your lower leg is perpendicular to the ground both side-side and fwd-back as well. Create the habit to stand perfectly.  It will take a while but it can help you get back to a good place.
As an aside, when you sit, make sure your lower legs are pependicular to the floor. get out of the habit of pulling the legs under the chair, or crossing them, etc. Your knees should be at right angles also. practicing perfect position is an all day affair!  
do this, along with the smashing and band distraction work and please report back after a few weeks!