should i do exactly as Jungledoc said? 3 every gym day, once 3 reps once 5 and once 10?
or can i start (at least for the first month) with 5 8 10? so i don't put to much pressure on my body and i do
want to make sure i learn the mechanics of all the exercises i do.. if im not mistaken some of the ones i chose
aren't very simple, Press, deadlift, they need to be done 100% right in order for me not to harm myself.
Here's my two cents. When you're doing full body workouts, you don't have to do a specific rep scheme that you use to every exercise. To build more muscle, you'd go best with varying volume (the amount of reps and sets). You could put emphasis on certain lifts for certain days. Hypertrophy is best served with some higher intensity, then with higher volume. So 5-15 reps is where you should aim more in my opinion. So having two higher intensity exercises per workout (with 5-6 reps per set, longer rest), then having other work on higher volume and lower rest (6-15 reps). Changing the heavier exercise every workout.
Or then you could do the thing Jungledoc said, but I'd prefer the rep range of 5 or 6, 8 and 10-12. This way you would maybe support your hypertrophic goals more. Deadlifts can be worked with lower volume, since they fatique the lower back quite fast. And that will make you more injury-prone.