I am creating a new program because I've plateaued, and am wondering if I should continue with a full body workout, or switch to a split workout. On the ExRx.net workout creation page, 2 or 3 day split programs are suggested for intermediate weight lifters, but I'm not sure if I'm still in the beginner status. (http://exrx.net/WeightTraining/Instructions.html
Here's some background info:
I've been weight training for about 2 months steadily, and before that I lifted weights on and off. Other than weight training, I play ultimate frisbee and bicycle quite a bit, and would consider myself pretty fit. I do really enjoy the full body workout. One reason is that the variety of exercises keeps me from getting bored.
Right now I'm 6'2", and 193 lbs. My main goal right now is to increase my lean body mass. I'm also thinking of increasing the volume of my workouts. Right now I'm going for low volume high intensity (the method recommended all over ExRx.net) Since I began lifting regularly, I have been eating quite a bit. But a few days ago, as my goals shifted and I began to notice a plateau, I started watching my diet and created a slight calorie deficit.
So, any thoughts on what type of workout I should do? General comments/suggestions are welcome too.
If it would help, I've kept a workout log and can upload it. I also keep a pretty detailed record of my diet.