Have you ever tried reading some of the thousands of bodybuilding articles and forum posts on THIS SITE (which would require some clicking and moving of a mouse and PATIENCE), specifically those posted in the Beginner’s section in which CT spells out what noobs need to do, let alone god knows how much material is available all over the web?
Considering you’re a TOTAL noob (we’ve seen your picture and read other stuff from you) you shouldn’t even be concerned with anything but the most basic noob routine which requires hardly any periodization (eg, “flat periodization” if you prefer formal or fancy terms), but just a damn simple full body or upper-lower routine of basic exercises with 3 x 8-12 or 5 x 5![/quote]
Finally starting to write on this forum, but if you are a beginner as he said… I would stick with a general beginners workout and once you stop seeing gains, tweak it a little or try another beginners workout.
But at the same time I think about when I started, I wish I would’ve incorporated some strength, cause everyone loves lifting heavy right?
As for periodization, currently I rotate between accumulation and intensification phases and I’m seeing great results. Go spend some time online, looking at a variety of people’s methodologies