1) for now ditch most of the isolation movements (front raise, lateral raise, calves, curls, etc.). stick to compound movements only. you should build your routine around bench press, bent over rows, squats, deadlifts, overhead press, dips, pullups, etc...
2) try to only lift 4 days max... three would be even better. it seems like you want to be in the gym as much as possible so lets go w/ a four day routine.. as follows would be best for now Mon/Th-upper body, Tues/Fri-lower body... thats it. rest rest rest and eat eat eat the rest of the week.
3) forget about the bsn stack stuff... it will only account for like 5% of gains in the beginning if that. in fact, i would say put it on the shelf and save it for when you're into the groove of your routine a couple months down the road and you can use the extra push when you're increasing your workout volume. for now less is more.
4) EAT!!!!!!! learn as much as you can about proper nutrition WITHOUT SUPPLEMENTS. eat at least 6 times a day, every 2-3 hrs.
5) start your rep range on most exercises to 12-18... stay there at least 2 weeks.. perfect form is more important than weight right now. then go down to 8-12 for a couple weeks. thennnn after you are comfortable w/ your routine go down 3-6 reps w/ the heaviest weight you can manage.
6) DO NOT do any behind the head shoulder movements EVER. absolutely terrible for you rotator cuffs.
An example routine for you would look something like this:
bench press 3(2) 12-18 (2) means warmup sets w/ just bar
pullups 3(2) 3x12 or lat pulldowns
bent over row 3x12-18
warmup-lt cardio 10 min
lateral lunges 3x12
stiff-legged deadlifts 3(2)x12-18
single-leg squats 3x12
Move the reps down every two weeks like i stated above. when you've gone 6 wks, take a wk off and rest. only do lt cardio. then start the cycle over w/ heavier starting wt in the 12-18 range but begin to add an isolation movement or two to each days routine.
This kind of routine might seem like you're not doing much, but if you're making sure you're doing enough wt that the end of whatever rep range you're doing is near failure/failure there's no way you won't put on some serious mass quickly provided you're eating enough.
I run a basic program like this w/ clients who share your goal on a regular basis (I'm a full-time personal trainer) and see steady results on the order of sustained lean muscle gain of 2-4lbs monthly. that is about the maximum anyone can hope to achieve, can't ask for anything better.
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