Hey guys, before I begin I would like to say that I'm not trying to workout to help with my tennis; I'm just trying to get bigger and stronger in general. I'm a 5'10'' Asian kid approaching my 20th birthday, weighing in at 155lbs. I recently went on a two week trip to Vietnam and ended up losing 15lbs, due to the small portions of food during meals. I've been working out for four weeks now and have been able to gain that weight back. But now I'm wanting to get buff. I've never really worked out before seriously, so I've been asking around about tips and how to work out correctly. From what I've heard from my friend, who's the biggest/cut guy I know personally, he said I need to blast my muscles. I've never really knew how a routine should be put together, but I've made my own that has been showing results. I want to post it here to ask if anything is wrong with it, or if anything can be improved. Here's exactly what I do: Standing bicep curls: 10-15 reps Side lateral raises: 10 reps Front deltoid raises: 10-15 reps (Repeat in this sequence for 3 sets, with 1 minute rest) Pushups: 10-15 reps This thing I saw Bruce Lee do, where he would lie on a bench and raises his legs straight up to where his butt would come up too: 15 reps (Repeat in this sequence for 3 sets, with 1 minute rest) Bench press: 10-12 reps Incline lying dumbbell rows: 10-15 reps Single arm dumbbell rows: 10-15 reps (Repeat in this sequence for 3 sets, with 1 minute rest) Decline pushups: 10-15 reps Dumbbell triceps kickbacks: 10-15 reps (Repeat in this sequence for 3 sets, with 1 minute rest) Incline dumbbell chest flyes: 15 reps Lying dumbbell rows: 15 reps Overhead triceps extensions: 15 reps (Repeat in this sequence for 3 sets, with 1 minute rest) Dumbbell chest flyes: 15 reps Two arm dumbbell rows: 15 reps Straight arm dumbbell pullovers: 15 reps (Repeat in this sequence for 3 sets, with 1 minute rest) Machine-assisted chest flyes: 10 reps Sitting bicep curls: 15 reps (Repeat in this sequence for 3 sets, with 1 minute rest) As you can see, I am focusing on mostly my chest and back because those are the areas that need the most improvement. If anyone has any suggestions regarding to this, I'm open for any kind of help. Also, the reason I do this sort of circuit training style is to save time. Instead of just sitting and resting, I use those minutes to hit a different muscle group. I don't really know anything about working out, so if this is hindering my goal of getting big, or if it's a better idea to just focus on each workout individually, let me know and I'll abandon this idea altogether. I also read that it helps to eat as much [healthy] food as I can, as nutrition plays a big role in getting swole. I'm also taking Cell-Tech Hardcore creatine and Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey protein to help me out. I workout on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. My goal is to first get the body of Bruce Lee, then the body of Michael Phelps, and finally when I'm old I want the body of Christ administered to me as my Last Sacrement. Let me know what you think of my workout routine!