I came up with this one awhile ago and saw some good results in the form of bench increasing and so on, but now my bench press is stuck at the same weight for weeks. For awhile there I was getting one more rep in every set each week, which mean I could basically increase the weight every week.
I thought maybe it was because I trailed off from eating so much because I'm very much so an ectomorph and have to eat at least 3000 calories and 470g of carbs to gain any weight, but I tried to eat as much as I could for a week or two and saw no gains either. This led me to think that I needed to switch the routine to keep my body guessing.
I'm stuck around the weight of 160lbs, and I got here from reading one of the guides written for ectomorphs at another forum. Helped me gain about 7 more pounds.
Anyway, here is my current routine. I haven't been doing the leg day because my bench sucks and the seat broke so it's hard doing extensions. I also screwed my shoulder up doing something unrelated to working out so it's been about a month since I did the shoulder routines too. I'm not sure what I should add or switch around. I only have a standard bench and barbell with plates right now so I can't do squats very easily, though I'm looking at getting a Powertec rack as soon as I can.
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I'm hoping to get some more help here than I usually get at bodybuilding.com, where they seem to only ever tell you to read through hundreds of pages before asking a single question. What they don't get is that when you're frustrated and unsure of doing things correctly, you get overwhelmed in doing so and would like to make sure the information is still up to date.