What is the best all around weekly workout routine to build muscle?

I am going to be training in a gym so I need a workout routine. I don’t need to lose weight at all, just build muscle. If you can post links that would be okay. I would like specific instructions please, including rest time between days, target muscle groups for certain days,etc. Thank You Autosboss


Here you go :]
Lifting at least 3 times a week, preferably 5 times.
Begin each session with a 5 minute jog (6-7 mph).
Make sure to stretch lightly and flex hard during rest time.
For size: 1 minute rest
For strength: 3 minutes rest
Make sure to measure your arms, chest, calves, and thighs, and to weigh yourself.
Eat at least 1 g of protein per lb. of bodyweight.t. consume at least 3000 claories, eating every 3 hours
Keep good form! Do not rock, do not cheat, go all the way down to your chest on bench. Bring someone along that has worked out for a long time, or ask someone at the gym to watch and critique your form.
How do you know you’re doing enough weight? Your muscle should go to failure every set. So what that means is you need to be doing enough weight where you need help to do the last to repetitions of the set. For the 1st month though, do weight where you can barely finish the last repetition. This way, you will get your form down correctly. I REPEAT, MAKE SURE YOU CAN DO EVERY SINGLE REP FOR THE 1ST MONTH. After this, you can start increasing your weight to get big!
Week 1:
For each exercise:
Set 1: 10 reps
Set 2: 8
Set 3: 8
Set 4: 6
Day 1: Chest and Back
1) Bench Press
2) Incline Press
3) Pullovers
1) Chinups (do as many as possible until you reach 50 total)
2) Bent over rows
5 sets of 25 crunches
Day 2: Shoulders and Arms
1) Clean and Press with barbell
2) Dumbbell Lateral Raises
3) Upright Row (Ignore 10, 8, 8, 6 sets…do this instead: Set 1: 10 reps, Set 2: 6 reps, Set 3: 4 reps)
4) Push Press (Ignore 10, 8, 8, 6 sets…do this instead: Set 1: 6 reps, Set 2: 4 reps, Set 3: 2 reps)
1) Standing Barbell Curls
2) Seated Dumbbell Curls
3) Close Grip Bench Press
4) Triceps Pushdown (with Rope)
5) Wrist Curls
6) Reverse Wrist Curls
Reverse crunches 5 sets of 25 reps
Day 3: Legs and Lower Back
1) Squat
2) Lunges
3) Leg Curls
4) Calf Raises (5 sets of 15 reps)
Lower Back:
1) Straight-Leg Deadlifts (Set 1: 10 reps, Set 2: 6 reps, Set 3: 4 reps)
2) Good mornings (set 1: 10, Set 2: 6, Set 3:4)
Abs: Crunches 5 sets of 25 reps
Day 4: Same as Day 1
Day 5: Same as Day 2
Week 2:
For all exercises: 4 sets of 8 reps (unless otherwise specified in week 1 basic workout plan)
change the muscle group order (so do back before chest this time, etc.)
Day 1: Same exercises for Legs and Lower back, but do lower back 1st
Day 2: Same exercises for Chest and Back, but do back 1st
Day 3: Same exercises for shoulders and arms, but do arms 1st
Day 4: Lower back and Legs
Day 5: Chest and Back
Week 3:
For all exercises (unless otherwise specified in week 1):
Set 1: 12 reps
Set 2: 10 reps
Set 3: 8 reps
Set 4: 6 reps
Reverse the order of the exercises for every muscle group (So for example, on chest day, do Pullovers, then incline, then bench)
Day 1: Arms and Shoulders
Day 2: Lower Back and Legs
Day 3: Back and Chest
Day 4: Arms and shoulders
Day 5: Lower Back and Legs
Week 4:
For all exercises (unless otherwise specified in week 1)
Set 1: 8 reps
Set 2: 6 reps
Set 3: 4 reps
Set 4: 2 reps
Return the muscle groups back to Week 1’s setup, but keep the reversed exercise order (doing Pullovers 1st instead of bench, etc.)
Day 1: Chest and Back
Day 2: Shoulders and Arms
Day 3: Legs and Lower Back
Day 4: Chest and Back
Day 5: Shoulders and Arms
If you make it through this, and are still motivated, still want to workout, etc. after the 1st month, talk to me again. Also, you must be lifting 5 times a week by the end. If you are not, continue to use this basic plan until you’re lifting 5-6 times per week.

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