Right now, much to my tailors' chagrin I have un-even shoulders that are also pitched forward. I've been working my traps with shrugs and I think I'm starting to see them even-out a bit but it could just be placebo effect at this point. Has anyone corrected a fairly big asymmetry by lifting weights? This also got me thinking that maybe they will help to pull my shoulders back as well. I always stretch my chest after I lift to avoid my shoulders being pulled forward even more, but I've read that one reason for forward shoulders is that people that sit at computers all day over-stretch their connective tissue and so there's no resistance to hold their shoulders back. Consequently they have to consciously think about it all the time. As i build back muscle I was thinking that if I don't do stretches for my back muscles, my shoulders might gradually be pulled back as the muscles tighten. Any thoughts?