Ok, let me begin by describing myself. I'm a 22 year old, 5'8" male (sorry about the height, but it's genetics. I'm actually the tallest person in my family!)
I wanted to get into bodybuilding for a long time but I decided to wait until my growth is over. (how do I know it's over? Aside from my age, I took an x-ray of my knee caps and the doctor told me my growth plates are 100% closed).
Now, I used to be 81kg (178.5 lb) with little muscle mass. I started my training 6 weeks ago by doing aerobic exercise (running 2-3 km nonstop every night, which was very hard at first but now it's a breeze). Four days ago, I decided to cut back on fat and I managed to lose 9lb by today. I'll probably lose at least another 10lb during the next week. My goal for doing this is to lose all the excess fat before starting bodybuilding. You can tell I'm very serious about this.
I'm the kind of guy who gains fat easily but not muscle. I understand the basic theory of bodybuilding - bulk for a while, then trim for a while - but after 22 years of knowing my body I'm pretty confident that I will only gain a little muscle during bulking, and probably burn it all away during trimming. How can I beat this cycle?
I want to do bodybuilding as naturally as possible. Steroids/drugs: definitely no, Creatine: only maybe. I don't care if it takes a long time. I'm aiming for a 'good' look only with pronounced muscles; I don't want to be Mr. Olympia.
Also, what kind of training should I do? Since I'm going to be working out 6 days a week, i think a full workout every night is perhaps too much.
The reason I'm asking about all of this is that where I live, there are very few expert trainers. Most of them have obsolete beliefs like '2x workout, 2x gain' and stuff. Besides, with a little knowledge I don't think there's anything a trainer can do for me that I can't do for myself.