Men's Workout Routines

Men's Workout Routines
I am going to tell you the all time coolest workout routine for men. It will leave you exhausted and burning calories at a significantly higher rate well after the work out is over. You will be a lean, mean fighting machine in no time. But first, let me tell you how I got to this point.
I had fallen into the same trap that everybody else seems to fall into. I was doing cardio for a certain amount of time and then lifting weights on the machines. 
Besides being very boring, I wasn't seeing any great results. So, I started researching some things.
The first thing I learned is that the more muscle you have the more fat you will burn. This is because muscle weighs more than fat and the body has to work harder throughout the day. However, I also learned that using machines doesn't allow your body the full range of motion that it is designed to have.
 Also there weight lifting exercises are broken into two camps single joint exercises where you focus on a specific muscle like when you do curls for the bicep and multi joint exercises which work multiple muscles at the same time.
These multi joint exercises are far superior to single joint exercises because they cause you to exert such effort that you actually go into a state of metabolic shock and burn calories at a significantly higher rate for days after the workout.
So, without further adieu...
Day 1: Straight legged dead lift, single armed bar bell curls, pull ups, renegade rows 
Day 2: Bench press, squats, dumb bell snatches, clean and jerks 
Day 3: Chin ups, bent over rows, dead lift 
Day 4: Military press, dumb bell swings, lunges, dips