Since my childhood, I'd been affected by lateral scapular winging that never really affected my life and me while doing sports (mainly soccer, martial arts / combat sports and some inline hockey). It has nothing to do with a weak serratus anterior and the physiotherapists could not help me further. I've been lifting since approximately one year at home, got a bench and a barbell (db and bw only previously) 4 months ago and took my workout more seriously. Switched from 2 long sessions a week to upper/lower split 4 times a week. So far, I've only bulked for two months (one at the beginning and the other recently) because I'm on nofap and waiting until marriage for longer bulks and therefore increased libido.
To increase the strength and function of my scapular stabilizers, I started with bent over rows up to the chest 3 months ago. I noticed that I'd been already very weak with this exercise and only went up around 4 kg / 9 lbs until now. Do you think this has to do with my scapular winging? Could it be that my weak lower traps causing the winging? My upper traps are particularly strong (thx to db pullover) just where my physical "weakness" is (winging), which the physiotherapist, who's practicing powerlifting, also noticed. My military press stats aren't impressing either.
Stats from my workout on strengthlevel: