I just bought my first road bike. After spending considerable time trying different frames and different sizes I settled on a Trek 5200. I went through the "trainer experience" of checking knee alignment to spindle, toe distance from tire when wheel is turned just so, eye alignment with front hub when on the hoods, etc. Everything supposedly "fits" and feels fine for awhile. But eventually I always feel like I'm "reaching" for the hoods. My weight tends to push forward into them, versus down on them if that makes sense. I switched from a 120 mm stem to a 110, and it made a little bit of a difference. Is this an issue that eventually works out just by riding more, hence strenthening the forearms and wrists to accomodate the riding position? Any insight or anecdotal advice is appreciated.