Everyone has their own fitness routine. Some are diehard runners, others are CrossFitters, the weightlifters, the walkers; the group fitness junkies, the yogis and the at-homers. I think it’s great that there are so many ways to incorporate fitness into our daily lives. Our move today is a Warrior 3 pose, with a pulsing leg. All you need for this is a little balance. This move will work your core, back, glutes, and hamstrings. And, of course. your balance. Begin this pose by standing tall. Extend both arms straight out in front of your chest, keeping your shoulders back and down. Engaging your midsection, proceed to lift one leg straight up behind you. Shift your weight to the stabilizing leg. Keeping the elevated leg straight, push through with a flexed foot and begin a small pulsing motion. This is where balance comes into play. Continue this pulse, holding everything else tight, for at least a count of 10. Drop the elevated leg and repeat on the other side. If you need help with balancing, grasp the edge of a counter, back of a chair or even hold a broomstick. You’ll want to focus on your core and glutes. Shoot for at least two to three sets on each side. This move is great to incorporate into any fitness plan you already have. — Marlo Alleva, an instructor at Gold’s Gym and group fitness coordinator at Fontaine-Gills YMCA, in Lakeland, Florida, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.