that depends on a lot of things. first we have to answer a lot of questions:
1. what is your body fat level? if you can't see your six pack, then work on this first (don't worry, if you do things right you will grow)
2. what is you training level, body type, muscle fibre ratios, etc.? there is no one size fits all solution. you have to find what works for you.
first off nutrition: buy charles poliquin's book titled manly weight loss (definately a good investment) this will give you a good base nutrition wise
second, are your muscles properly balanced: for more on this look at my post in the thread related to best chest development exercises
go to www.t-mag.com and look through the archieves for all articles written by charles poliquin, ian king and paul chek (i ignore the other authors because these guys are by far the best in the field) cut and paste these articles into word and save them, they will be invaluable. also, poliquin has a website www.charlespoliquin.net which has a weekly ask the guru section (this also has archieves) and the paul chek website is www.chekinstitute.com there are some good articles here too.
basically you can learn for yourself what to do, and this can be quite fun if you have the right mindset. it will also work better than following someone else's routine which may not work for you (i lifted in the 8-12 rep range for the longest time and barely grew, then i started lifting lower reps and started growing, who knew that i was fast twitch, i used to run long disatance - now i know why i sucked at it). also by learning the background, you don't get caught lying to yourself like many people do (bouncing weight off their chest and calling it bench press - i used to do this too).
or you could just do a bunch of 1-test and 4AD with an aromatase blocker and 6oxo post cycle or real stuff and ignore every thing above. whatever, the choice is yours. either way, you came to the right site.
if you want more reading references, just ask