Baby your back
Works: Inner and backs of legs; between shoulders.
Claimed benefits: Said to stimulate the spleen, helping to ease symptoms of PMS.
How-to: Stand with feet slightly wider than hip width apart. Clasp hands behind you. Bend forward from the hips and bring arms above your head as high as you can go without straining. For extra resistance, pull arms apart and downward as your head goes between your legs. The more you contract your quad muscles, the further forward you can bend.