So to preface, I've lost 25 pounds in the last three and a half months on CKD, 2-3 days of cardio and every 8 days, a light carb load and weights. I realize that I can't spot-reduce, but I've noticed a huge problem that I would like to correct ASAP.
When I stand "straight" my torso is actually tilted to the left. My hips and butt and knees are even, but above my hips, everything tilts to the left. To make matters WORSE, the fat rolls on my RIGHT side (the side I lean away from) are much more pronounced. When I straighten my torso, I look EXTREMELY lopsided, don't have a crease on my left side and have a deep roll on my right.
What is causing this? Is the fat asymmetry just from tilting, or do I tilt because of the fat asymmetry? What kind of exercises can I do to try and fix this?
I apologize if this is the wrong place to ask. Everywhere I look seems to be about scoliosis or tilted hips, not simply just leaning one way.