Lift heavy weight, low reps, every other day. Do arms one day, back and core one day, and legs one day. Start over, keep track of weight and reps, write it down, measure your arms, tris and bis, legs thighs and calves, and chest/neck. Keep track what works for you. Adjust to maximum gains, trust me, notice big size and strength in 4-8 weeks. Keep going
If you are trying to bulk up, you should workout five days on and two days off. Additionally, you should focus on a specific body part. However, you shouldn't do chest and shoulders consecutively. I would recommend chest, arms, legs, shoulders and back. Abs can be added anywhere. Layer you may want to switch to four on three off, but that is way in the future.
you should lift weights five days a week targeting different muscle groups each week. You should do this with as little rest in between sets as possible for you don't want your heart rate to fall back into a "resting rate" it all about muscle confusion. week 1. you should work on arms,shoulders, chest and lats next week you should focus on your core,back,abs,and legs.
doing extended holds are a good work out: take a eight lb weight and hold it straight out in front of you for as long as you can.
working this way with a medicine ball is another good one to use
when people lift weights they often use a jerking motion and fast reps (you don't want to do this for it defeats the purpose,and you can really hurt your self this way. you want to go up and down "fully every time until you can't do anymore "slowly". be sure you stay away from as much sugar as possible.
when eating, you should eat very lean meats like chicken. eating red meat is okay too,I like my meat more rare (don't eat too much like this) on your resting days you should swim,or do cardio. Just to keep you body in a habit of staying active.
well dude I could go on for hours but this should get you started,good luck
Well, I'm 17, I bench 285 and I squat 795, ( I haven't maxed out in either yet) but I work out every other day, for me lifting heavy and low reps didn't work at all, I play football and wrestling both for 4 years and coaches told me to lift heavy with low reps, I started to see results wen I switched it and did low weight with high reps, everyone is different, but start off using your own body weight, that's the best way to start off working out, and if your in a rush, CREATINE!!!!!