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I have a wide Q Angle between my hips and knees (it's a lady thing). Fortunately, I've been running for years largely injury free apart from when I need new running shoes. But the work I put in hasn't had the results I've expected and I'm going to use my wonky right leg as the excuse. I'm really slow- still haven't managed a sub 60 min 10k in 7 years of trying.
Basically, my right knee seems to abduct and internally rotate then my ankle pronates wildly inwards. I'm otherwise fit and healthy with no history of joint problems. Apparently, its really noticable to others- I don't notice it. Zero pain. An experienced running shop assistant had never seen anything quite like me Using the leg press machine, to make my feet point forwards my right knee isn't parallel with the left when I'm at the starting position.
I'd like to be able to strengthen everything up using exercise. I have a small gym and pool at my disposal. Can anyone suggest what I can do?