After a couple of years of having active release done on my legs' external rotators, I've finally woken up to the fact that in most of my glute/quad/hamstring exercises (squat, deadlift, leg curl), I unconsciously rotate my leg outwards. Of course, this gets especially worse when I do heavy weights.
The consequences of this have been extremely tight and injury-prone muscles, and poor balance.
So I've decided to work on my internal rotators to counter-act the externals, and to get rid of my bad habit of rotating outwards.
Any suggestions for strengthening the internal rotators? For avoiding using the external rotators?