The routine is a good start. You can always change it down the line if you are less than satisfied with the results. However do give it a good shot and see what fruit it yields.
Protein is the number 1 macronutrient in my book for the aspiring Adonis! Aslong as you are shooting anywhere from 1 - 1.5g per lb of bodyweight you are on the right track to start with. As with your training, this can be adjusted pending your results. Focus on changing things slowly to make the change more manageable and comfortable for you. By adjusting things little by little you will have more of a chance that these little changes will become habit for you. Step by step is the key. You always have the flexibility to add more things in overtime to make more of a complete picture and help solidify your training and steer it towards your desired outcome.
Don't worry too much about your progression just yet. I can share with you a whole colourful plethora of info which will aid you in getting your desired results. The fact that you are facilitating change in your training goes a long way. Flexibility in training is what sepetares the seasoned trainer from just another guy who didn;t have that degree of flexibility to overcome his obstacles. A wise man once said that "You can be sat on the right track, However if you sit thier too long you will eventually be run-over". Focus on building good solid foundations in your training. I mentioned a few in my previous post. Things like getting your protein intake correct, eating the right food choices, Keeping your training up. All these can be easily added too and adjusted over time to achieve your goals.
I personally can have my training 100% on the money and see no results from it if my diet isn't catered towards my goal. I myself can place my hand in the air and say I have spent months of spinning my wheels in the sand when attempting to bulk up as I was not eating foods which supported my desired outcome. As such I would recommend that you post your current diet up in Muscletalks dietary section for a quick check through by the guys. Let them know what your trying to achieve and they will give you some good general pointers in a little more detail.
In order to track you progress I would hop onto the scales and whip out the measuring tape. Record your current weight and take measurements from your Navel ( around your belly button and back RELAXED, No cheating
). Also take measurements from the largest points of your chest, biceps and legs. I know I know, It can be a scary task to confront these home truths. My missus shuts her eyes tight when she goes on the scales and refuses to let me look, However please do see these measures as a progression log. Check in on them from month to month to see how your body is reacting to your hard work in the gym. You could take a few snaps with the camera if you feel brave
Just remember, your in control!
Best of luck and please feel free to bump this thread should you feel i can help you futhur