I've always had crappy posture, but my mom (physical therapist) says I don't have scoliosis, as did my doctor a few years ago (yes i need to get a physical more often )... I'm wondering what are some exercises to make my back straighter, in particular it's not really my spine being curved abnormally, but my shoulders are rolled inward from the sides, so going upwards my spine is straight, but when you go form shoulder to shoulder accross the back there is a curve.... How can I fix this? I try to keep my back tight when I'm doing rows, but no matter how hard I try I can't get my back to be completely straight, unless someone manipulated it with a lot of force... I'm worried that this will escalate into a serious back problem or maybe even get more of a hunch-shape when I'm old... what can I do now to target muscles to roll my shoulders more outward? I've done searching and didn't really come up with any exercises.