Okay, yes I know. I can blame my parents for this. But since that doesn't accomplish anything and it is kind of cowardly, I've decided to do what I can about it.
Basically, I have issues through my spine and in my sternum.
My lower back, or should I say my sacrum, isn't fused together. Since birth the 5 vertebrae have been detached from the S1 -> S2 - S5 vertebrae. (Basically 3 out of 100 people have this) This causes issues with plenty of daily activities (or at least it used to) and racking up the weight in such exercises such as back squat which puts way to much pressure on this area. I have attempted to develop my core as to protect this area as much as possible and to avoid lifting heavy when it comes to squatting. This is for the most part a success.
My second defect is in my sternum area. This is where I am somewhat lost. It seems that it is more collapsed then anything. I too have put my efforts into ripping my pectorals and upper abdominals to strengthen this area. It took has been somewhat of a success but I want to further my advancement here.
I've posted a pair of photos to give you a better idea...
Any suggestions on what type of exercise(s) I could be doing to 'fill the gap' so to speak?