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Quick fitness tip: Getting a full upper body workout

Using correct form is vital for getting the most out of your workout. Photo by Brett Hemmings/Getty Images

Tony and Michelle Myatt, the force behind Totally Fit Radio, provide fitness coverage for SportsMap, including quick hits throughout the week to help improve your health and workouts.

You can bulid the chest, shoulders and triceps all at the same time by doing a chest press! But you must remember to perform full range of motion. When you don't extend the arms all the way out at the top, or bend the arms to ninety degrees at the bottom, you won't be getting the most out of your workout.

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By Dolores Lozano and Myndi Luevano

Feeling defeated on your fitness journey? Don't sweat it. Hustle over to Dance House Fitness and werkitout™ with Jenny Sanchez and her team.

Dance House Fitness (DHF) just celebrated its three-year anniversary in April and the party is still going.

The classes at DHF reflect the enthusiasm and passion for dance and fitness, but most importantly – the people behind them. The lineup is so EXTRA but so worth it.

DHF opened its first location in Montrose on February 25, 2016, while Jenny Sanchez worked full time in Corporate America. She also taught 20 classes per week for six months. Sanchez and her team later opened a Heights location the following year – now that's HUSTLE.

DHF welcomes all levels, whether you got the moves or can barely turn the beat around. "We allow a space for people to do what they love without any stress," says Sanchez. "When you walk in, you feel a part of something. That's what it's all about."

With confidence in Houston's talent, Sanchez seeks opportunities for the women on her team and inspires others to never give up.

We can all SLAY like Beyonce.

For more information on Dance House Fitness, click here.

New clients can try for one week of unlimited classes for $29.

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