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AvatarNicholas Wathen
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Sorry for the double post and repeated cut and pastes in my replies, I’m having a lot of trouble editing my posts and cutting pasting.

Specifically
relating to the hip, this could be a centration issue where the body is
resisting forces acting to alter the joint position of the hip,
especially in a state where the glutes are less active than the
hamstrings or low back in hip extension based movements. If the femoral
head is consistently being pushed forward by the action of the
hamstrings on the joint, the internal rotation function of the psoas,
adductors, glutes as well as a bunch of others I can’t think of right
now, will be kicked up to resist further forward glide, and will
therefore reduce internal rotation through passive motion. – See more
at:
http://deansomerset.com/side-plank-internal-rotation-question-answered/#sthash.Hgokw1WH.dpuf
Specifically
relating to the hip, this could be a centration issue where the body is
resisting forces acting to alter the joint position of the hip,
especially in a state where the glutes are less active than the
hamstrings or low back in hip extension based movements. If the femoral
head is consistently being pushed forward by the action of the
hamstrings on the joint, the internal rotation function of the psoas,
adductors, glutes as well as a bunch of others I can’t think of right
now, will be kicked up to resist further forward glide, and will
therefore reduce internal rotation through passive motion. – See more
at:
http://deansomerset.com/side-plank-internal-rotation-question-answered/#sthash.Hgokw1WH.dpuf