While I am not sure of that particular example, I did lack internal rotation and good flexion.
For those who may be experiencing a similar problem, I reccomend looking at your posture. I had anterior pelvic tilt, where my pelvis was tilted forward makin an arch in my back. I advise you check your own.
In order to fix this, I did 4 things
1. Strengthen and reactivate the glutes - if you're glutes can not fire immediately, they don't function properly.
2. Strengthen the hamstrings - manny erroneously stretch them. Tightness is the result of them being stretched and being inable to pull the pelvis down.
3. Strengthen the core - anterior tilt is generally set off by a weak core. Train this and make an emphasis on the obliques.
4. Stretch the hip flexors - they're the guys who are pulling the pelvis Down. Loosen them up!