Martial artists who do thing like Muay Thai, kickboxing, and many others strengthen their bones by hitting them in various ways. Generally by kicking a hard object like a tree, by vigorously rolling something hard like a bottle over their shins, or by standing still while someone else whacks them with a stick. You get the idea. The strikes cause microfractures and the bones respond by healing stronger than they were originally.
Has NASA (or any other space agency) ever tried something similar? What were the results of the tests? If they've never tried anything along these lines, why not?
ETA: Also, the experiments need not have been solely whacking someone with a stick. Any high tech method of causing microfractures to bones would count. Or, really, I'm interested in any tested interventions that wasn't either chemical/supplement based or exercise based.