Mid- and Upper Back
Credit: Photograph by Justin Steele

Why: Working tight spots out of the mid- and upper-back muscles, which are also connected at neck and lower back.

Who: Everyone who works in an office and spends time in a chair.

How: Lie face-up with knees bent, feet flat on the floor, and your upper back on the foam roller. Lift your butt, cross your arms over your chest and, with a neutral neck, roll your mid- and upper back over the roller.