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AvatarPatrick Thomas
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Sounds like you may not be creating torque correctly.
Episode 250: Creating Loaded Hip Stability and Torque
Episode 45: Torque is King, Three Way Hip MobsAre you missing internal rotation?

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 – Ankles

Have you addressed the glute?
Heel?
Posterior tib? This is the muscle that runs just behind your tibia on the medial side which directly impacts the arch. Tightness can cause your ankle to collapse in a dorsiflexed  position.
Spending time barefoot helps small muscles of the foot to develop.

Do you have an anterior pelvic tilt?
The femur internally and the adductors shorten. Legs turn out.
Address the high adductor
Are you addressing the tight groin?
Are you seeing improvements with what you are working on?