Sartorius Inner Knee Pain. One way to prevent inner knee pain while running is to resist the sartorius muscle. It may also help to "take out the slack" from the sartorius.
Shin rotations are one way to learn better awareness of your feet and heels so that you can stabilize them to help protect your knees.
For better Knee Joint stability it can help to first understand how the knee works.
Tibialis Anterior can help anchor the front of the IT Band.
Peroneus Brevis Can help stabilize the outer edge of the foot.
Peroneus Longus can help to anchor the biceps femoris.
Tibialis Posterior is one of the key muscles for forming the arch of the foot.
Learn how you can use your hips (as well as your spinal muscles) for a deepr standing spinal twist.
Standing Spinal Twist
Knee pain can occur around the insertion of the IT band into the Tiba.
Suggestions for Preventing IT Band Knee Pain
Muscles of the legs from hip bone to toes that you can learn to feel and control:
Sensational Leg Anatomy
Ideas for turning balance into a general skill along with two simple exercises for learning how to balance.
Eka Pada Bakasana
the transition from Marichyasana A
SI Joint Stabilization, How to stabilize the SI Joints whether the sacrum is nutated or counter-nutated using the Multifidus, Pelvic floor muscles and lower band of the Transverse Abdominus.
Hydrostatic Lubrication of Articular Joints
Reducing wear so that your joints function better and last longer
controlling tension in the IT Band
(How it helps to stabilize the Hip)
(Lifting the back ribs to improve ribcage awareness and control)
Why improve muscle control?
Muscle control not only helps you to control your body, it also helps you to feel it.
Muscle activation creates the tension that not only moves your body, but helps you to "sense" it.
With better muscle control you can use your body with less effort and make it easier to balance, improve flexibility and deal with pain and poor posture.