“I agree with using the Cressey et al. methods, but to say that there is a problem here seems to be jumping the gun already.”
What the hell are you guys talking about? The original poster mentioned the “problem” and asked for advice!
If you don’t think he has a problem then tell HIM that instead of arguing about what was said by other posters. The only thing that anyone has done is to try and relate with the original poster by offering advice that seemed appropriate to that individual giving the advice![/quote]
NO no no, see - here we are again assuming that because the OP posted that he didn’t like the way his bones showed through his skin, you claim this to be a real problem. A skeletal imbalance! Criminey! The sky is falling! WOLF WOLF!!!
Now I’m only joking and trying to have a good time, I don’t mean any offense, so please laugh along, there’s humor to be found on both sides of the debate here.
The OP responds, get this: No postural problems or injuries or rectal probes still lodged in him, he just plain doesn’t like seeing ‘them’ so much!
Prof. X’s solution to add meat to cover them up seems more and more logical the further this thread goes.
Alternative method: use a metal grinder and sand those suckers down some.
Or, as it is a minor thing you really don’t see very often yourself (its on your back afterall), don’t concern yourself too much in the active pursuit of a fix and let the natural progression of lifting fix it all for you.