Whether you’re dealing with foot, knee, hip or pelvic floor issues one important structural factor is femur position.  Try this self-assessment to see if you have internally rotated femurs: stand in your normal stance looking straight ahead and have someone take a photo of the back of your knees.  The hamstring tendons should form little pits at the back of your knees that track straight back.


Or, do the back of your knees look more like this. Sorry my camera takes grainy photos, so I drew lines to represent where the hamstring tendons are.

internally rotated femurs

Internally rotated femurs

What I did to correct my femur position:

Start here:



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