I just came across this site and decided to post this question as after lurking in the forums for a couple of weeks there is definitely the experience here to point me in the right direction.
I recently finished losing weight and hit my target goal of 86kg (~190lb) losing a total of 37kg (~81lb) through sorting my diet out and lifting heavy, if it helps I am 5'6" in height.
However, I have noticed that my shoulders are starting to round off, sort of pull forwards giving me a curved in look (would provide photos but don't have any at the moment) and I have been informed by a fellow gym goer that I need to increase the muscle mass on my back in order to correct my posture, i.e. pull my shoulders back.
Basically, I am definitely a beginner, only been lifting for slightly over a year, and I would like some advice as to what type of exercise I could do in order to achieve this.
For info I am a member of a fairly small but basic gym that although has a decent selection of db's, it does not have any barbells or plates so I am relatively limited at the moment. It does have a cable cross over machine. On the plus side, its sister gym, which my membership also allows me access to, is being refurbed and will soon have squat racks, barbells, basically everything available for oly lifts, but it won't be open again for another 6 months and I would like to start sorting this issue out now.
Thanks in advance for any advice you can give.