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Over all strength, I'd go with bench, deadlift, squats all in the same day. Do 12-15 sets of each and pyramid the weight (start light, go heavy, then light again). Though I do not recommend it, (building one muscle group per day for an hour+ is better in my opinion) it'll get the job done. Those three workouts are considered the "kings" which build overall body muscle quickly
wendler 5/3/1 is a great program for anyone from a complete newb to an advanced lifter. find a free copy, read it over then buy it if you feel you can. Just follow the most simple template and hone your technique. Youtube can be a great resource (canditotrainingHQ has some awesome material) and record yourself while your lifting to hone in technique. As a beginner you'll see the most gains and the largest physic change focusing on compound movements
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