Originally Posted by carver_hk
coincidently i am looking at ways to improve my inside leg.
I would invite you to explore solutioning what you want from the inside leg by engaging the inside foot more effectivly. The image shown by the inside leg is a reflection of what the inside foot is doing (or not doing?)
Your inside thigh is pointing toward the outside of the arc. This leg posture reflects a passive inside foot that is not actively engaged and leading around the arc, just doing the minimum to stay out of the way.
When the inside foot is really actively engaged, the lower leg shafts will show a more parallel relationship and result in the inside thigh pointing at that foot's little toe edge (just as the outside thigh points to it's big toe edge).
Try to create and feel continous dynamic foot tension either by rolling that inside foot toward the little toe edge, or rolling it's big toe up if that perspective better relates to you. I would advise against any final outcome goal of 'turning the leg' but instead learning to allow it to turn in response to the activity of the inside foot. However, as a learning process you may have to first cause the leg to point more inside to overide a blocking habit of it pointing outside.
First cause to learn, then learn to allow.
When your insde foot is active, you will feel it pulling you around the arc, when it is not you will feel the outside foot pushing you around the arc.
When you get this really working well the intensity of the rolling of the inside foot will become your controlling input of how tight you turn. You will then be able evolve to primaraly balancing with the outside half of the body while it easilly follows the actively leading inside half, powered from the foot up.