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You’ll want to address your hips.
The muscles in your hip may not be firing correctly or your pelvis may be out of line.
If one hip is dropped when running it could indicate weak hip abductors and external rotators.
You may be seeing compensation for what is missing/restricted on the opposite side.
How you sit or stand could be an impacting factor.
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