One of them is the tensor fascia lata.
knee flexion and hip extension.Biceps femoris also: knee external rotation and hip external rotation.Semi tendinosus and Semi membranosus also: knee internal rotation and hip internal rotation.hamstrings eccentric contraction causes knee extension and hip flexion, whilst the antagonist muscles are passive.
By strengthening the external hip rotator muscles you align your pelvis and your knees. The primary muscles involved are the piriformis, quadratus femoris, internal & external obturators, and superior & inferior gemellus
prevent external rotation of the hip
Flexion, abduction, and lateral rotation at the hip, and flexion and medial rotation at the knee.
Flexion, abduction, external rotation
TFL does hop joint Flexion Abduction Medial rotation so you just need to find a muscle that does Extension adduction, and lateral rotation Gluteus Maximus does all those actions
The purpose of the gluteus maximus is extension, including hyperextension, of the hip.
Some devices that can prevent external rotation of the leg include knee immobilizers, hinged knee braces, and hip abduction braces. These devices help to restrict movement and stabilize the leg and hip joint, reducing the risk of external rotation or unwanted movement.
hip extensor, gluteus maximus
This can be the deep hip external rotators. It helps the leg to move around in different directions so that you can move more.
Knee Rotation:- as extension progresses, shorter, more highly curved lateral condyle exhausts its articular surface andis checked by ACL, whereas larger and less curved medial condyle continues its forwardroll & skids backward, assisted by tightening of PCL;- result is a medial rotation of femur (external tibial rotation) that tightens collateral ligaments, & joint is "screwed home",to use mechanical phraseology;- flexion of extended knee is preceded by lateral rotation of femur (or medial rotation of tibia), usually produced by popliteus;- this rotation relaxes the tension of the collateral ligaments sufficiently to permit flexion;
Circumduction and rotation ARE possible around the hip joint.