When are you going to find yourself with your top off and doing that pose so that your ribs are noticeable?
Good tips are to do rows (ideally high-to-low rows) where you don’t bring your elbow past the back of your body and pull with your elbow close to your body.
Do exercises that retract your shoulder blade through their full ROM.to build the upper back muscles to address the spine thing but you may also be flexing your spine which would make it seem worse than it is.
IMO, you do not have poor lower lats genetics. You have total lack of muscle in you back. Too many beginners look for weak points. Most all of them can be fixed by putting on more muscle. Quit worrying about symmetry and start worrying about adding muscle.
do not add up.
If the lifts are correct, you have managed to take the worst picture ever.
What can you do the three powerlifts (max single or reps)?
Do you think you could take a better picture?
I’ve only seen two people do a one arm pullup (chin up). Both looked more like gymnasts than bodybuilders. They were about 150lbs.
My knees are from basketball, where I ignored tendon pain for years. I tore something in my shoulder during boxing, scar tissue won’t let me move it properly anymore. Was training way too much.
I started at 132 lbs and got up to 207, that’s what I meant, now after a diet, I’m at 179, so ~47 lbs. of lean mass. Timeframe of 6 years, 6 feet then and now.
Training was high intensity, high frequency, often I burnt out and took a long break, after which I always returned stronger. Last 2 years been doing the opposite (more reps, low frequency, consistent) and just eating more.
I had never seen a bodybuilder, whose ribs were showing, I guess they just pose differently. Thanks for clearing that up.