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The moves call for three-, five-, and 10-pound dumbbells, but you can also work with whatever weights you have available. Do this sequence two to three times a week. Start with one set of each move. As you get stronger, do up to four rounds in a circuit. After six weeks you can expect to see improvements in strength, muscle tone, and endurance.