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When I'm instructed to do this workout 2-3 times a week, does that mean I have to do this many times?

Asked by ladyv900 (713points) August 6th, 2010

Does this mean I have to do this 5 times a week or am I doing it wrong.I’m doing the certain workout to enlarge my rear end.Also another question,it says in order to get even better results, I have to use extra weight sorta like on my lap but I don’t have any weights.What can I use other than a weight?

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Likeradar's avatar

I’m confused. You’re instructed to do something 2–3 times a week, so why on earth do you think that means you have to do it 5 times a week?

For weights, you can use bottles filled with water. Start with a small bottle, and move up to larger ones. Have you ever lifted a gallon jug of water? It’s heavy.

FutureMemory's avatar

Most workout routines are 2–3x per week, at least in the beginning. I can’t imagine they want you to start out doing it more often that.

I hope you get the results you are looking for. I like big rear ends

asmonet's avatar

Use a bag of basmati rice. Customizable, easy to hold on to, awesome.

Prepare to feel the burn. I use it for a medicine ball, leg weights and weights for when I’m doing my back.

Jeruba's avatar

“2–3 times a week” means “two to three times a week.” In other words, do it twice or maybe three times each week. Not two times and three times.

loser's avatar

You don’t have to do anything!

BarnacleBill's avatar

You get more benefit if you alternate weights and aerobic work out days. Your muscles need time to recover from weight work.

Cruiser's avatar

Fill milk jugs with sand and then water and you should have about 15 pounds per jug. Fill a back pack with books or rocks.

Just getting out everyday for a long walk, a brisk short walk, bike and ride will do wonders for your metabolism. Roller blades are an amazing way to get fit in a hurry!

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