Ha, I was about to call shenanigans on that too, but in that thread, he wrote "I'm 5'8", 155lbs lean mass, 30lbs fat mass, 185lbs total".
Presuming your bodyfat calculations are accurate (which they rarely are) and if my math is right (which admittedly, it might not be), you gained 4 pounds of fat and a pound of muscle in about five weeks. That's not the way we want to keep going, obviously.
8% is pretty lean. Not saying that's a bad goal at all, just realize that you're shooting for the stars here, considering where you currently are. It'd be better if you tried to get a general idea/picture in your head of how you want to end up looking, since focusing on bodyfat percentages isn't a reliable or easily trackable goal.
Ta-da. I think I just figured out why your porking up.
This is the third thread you've started about a new training routine in just over a month, including your last thread two weeks ago that mentioned no squatting due to an injury.
I think you need to slow down, take a breath, and focus on one plan (almost any one will do) for a solid 12 weeks before changing things up.
To clarify, does this mean 4 days a week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday) or twice a week (Monday and Thursday)?
Is it a priority? Like, do you do competitions or is it just for fun? Or, holy shit, are you two-time Olympic gold medalist in Tae Kwon Do Steven Lopez branching out his martial arts career?
Without knowing how you're currently eating, I'd suggest following these steps for a start:
Absolutely not. Your training and diet aren't in place. A fat burner would be a waste.
Smart training, smart eating, and most importantly, patience. You're still a young guy, so don't think that all is lost if you don't get absolutely shredded by the summer of 2012 (though that's not an impossibility).
Get down the right path, attack your goal the right way, and you can make the progress you're looking for.