Layne Norton's PHAT is a pretty good routine, you could look into that.Have been working out for about 5 years now and am thinking of doing a first timer bodybuilding contest in a year or so. I kind of messed around for the first year or so in the gym constantly switching up routines, then I started mark rippletoes starting strength for the next year.
Then I discovered powerlifting and have been alternating between west side and 5/3/1 ever since with the exception of I do 6 weeks German volume training once a year.
I'm looking for somebody who knows what they are talking about to give me some pointers on what body parts I should be working on. I think my biceps are probably my weakest point (I never train them directly tbh, just heavy rows and pull ups). Also any1 got any good specific bodybuilding workouts, I'm doing 5/3/1 for bodybuilders last 6 months and loving it but would like to hear of anymore routines that work for ppl. Here my current pics I'm 96kg and 6ft 4.