I have been lifting, on and off, for the past ten years, with limited success. While I feel I have gotten stronger, I haven't gotten nearly as big as I'd like to be. This is due, mainly, because I focused on arms and chest, paying almost no attention to legs. I have now come to realize, especially after reading this board, how important legs are. I feel like a real zero; all those hours in the gym with nothing to show for it.
My goal is to get big, but I don't want to be bodybuilder-big. I just want to be a cut above the rest, be able to turn some heads when I'm walking through Wal-Mart, or something, if you know what I mean. I course I wouldn't mind the additional strength that comes from this, either.
Squat: 200 (max)
DL: 225 3x
Recently I started a new routine, one that I hope will bear gains.
Day 1: lower body: squats, dl, other leg exercises
Day 2: upper body: chest, back, shoulders, bis and tris
Day 3: cardio, abs
Day 4: same as Day 1
Day 5: same as Day 2
Day 6: cardio, abs
Please critique as harshly as you see fit. I'm tired of waisting my time in the gym without seeing results. I am fully committed to this. I have even started eating 5-6 meals, heavy on the protein, every day. Could you please fill in the missing link(s) for me.