Josh as a newbie any training you do is going to give significant gains. I would suggest picking one of the many proven programs in the mag until you get some experience.
If you are opposed to that I would suggest dropping the direct arm work and leg curls and instead add more sets to your compound lifts.
With training covered, I would say the more important thing for you to focus on would be your diet. No matter how much/how you lift if you diet isnt in order it is all for not. Start a food log today and check out the frequently asked ?'s for diets as well as training. In particular check out the "foods that make you look good nekid" and if bulking is your goal try maybe "Massive Eating."
T Dawg is also Great and can be adjusted to bulk with.
Biggest thing is start a log and read up, but dont get overwhelmed by all the facts. Probably a good idea to start with this article.
It will give you a good base of all the basics of diet to start with, and you can build your knowledge from there.
Any further ?'s dont hesitate to ask and it would be helpfull if you posted your stats and goals and we could help ya run some #'s.
Good luck, hope I helped. Read up.
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