Hello! I've been struggling to fix a shoulder mobility issue on my own. I've used a mobility routine recommended to me by a Strong First trainer to improve my shoulder mobility, and this involves foam rolling, the pump stretch, and kettlebell armbars. I've also tried to read up on the subject of mobility and improve my posture and greatly reduce the amount of strength training I do to target improving my mobility. The problem is that I'm spending hours and hours a week doing these mobility movements and I'm seeing very little results. I spend as much as two hours some days just doing different tissue smashing, stretching, etc., and while I see improvement immediately afterwards, the next day I'm back to the same elbow fault and shoulder rotation fault (shoulders rolled forward), especially if work puts me in a crunch and I can't do kettlebell arm bars that day, or if I do literally any get ups at all. I did simple and sinister twice this week after my mobility warm up, and I'm very week in the get up and quite tight afterwards. At this point I'm getting flabby and weak and quite depressed by the time this is forcing me to take off training. It's been months since I've been able to train regularly--I haven't run a full cycle since June. I'm at the point of frustration and of giving up altogether. Any advice would be hugely appreciated.