I was looking through the diagrams and exercises that were on the E-Products and I did see a set of exercises which can possibly stretch out the body a little and maybe give a little extra height once one gets out of bed. Overall, it has a small chance of expanding the vertebrate and the backbones a little but it will help keep the core muscles taut and strong through a daily exercise routine. It involved the exercises of stretching one’s body out horizontally while in bed.
From the downloads section for E-Book title “Grow Taller Secrets” page 17-19 (Source Link)
1. Before getting out of bed each morning (and before going to sleep each evening), stretch your
arms and legs to their limit. Point your toes towards the foot of the bed, point your outstretched
arms towards the head of the bed, and stretch your body to its limits. Twist and turn your body in
every possible direction, stretching every joint and muscle in your body simultaneously.
2. Still in bed, lying flat on your back, place your hands on your hips and lift your legs and lower torso into the air so that your weight is resting on your elbows and upper back. In this position,
with your feet straight up, rotate your legs in the same manner as if you were riding a bicycle.
Continue the pedaling motion for 60 seconds.
4. Lie down on your stomach with your hands behind your back, clasp your hands together and
interlock your fingers. Arch your body so that your head, shoulders and legs are raised off the
ground and maintain this position. Rock your body forward and then backward several times, and
then relax. Repeat this exercise 5 times. While still on your stomach, stretch both arms out in
front of you and rest them on the floor. Commence raising and stretching your legs upwards,
alternating legs, without bending your knees. Do this 5 times with each leg. As in all exercises, if
at any time you become very tired, stop and rest before continuing.
6. Lie flat on your back with your hands below your buttocks. Raise both legs off the ground,
straight up. Bend your knees and lower your toes so that they touch the floor. Lift your hips off
the floor, supporting your body with your hands on the floor. Arch your body so that your weight
lies only on your shoulders and your toes. Lower your hips so they rest on your hands, lift your
toes, straighten your legs, and lower them to the floor so that you are in the starting position.
Repeat this procedure 10 times, each time trying to arch your body as much as possible when you
touch the floor with your toes.
Exercise # 9: Legs and Ankles
Lie flat on your back, on a firm surface, arms stretched towards your toes. Place your
palms flat on the floor. Keeping both feet together, raise them upwards and bring them over your
head until your toes touch the floor behind your head. Use the palms of your hands on the floor
for extra leverage to lift your legs up and over your head, and to help raise your hips off the floor.
The first few days you perform this exercise, it is not absolutely necessary to have your toes touch
the ground. However, without overexerting yourself, bring your toes as close as possible to the
ground. Pause when your toes touch the floor, and slowly bring your legs back to the original
position. Perform this exercise 5 times.