You did not come from a cookie cutter and neither did your workout, so do not treat it like it did. Each person has his fitness aspirations he wants to achieve, but whatever goal you wish to pursue, always make sure that you take your personal progress into your account. You are unique, so what works for you may not work for another, and vice versa. Keeping this in mind is the best and safest way you can build your body.
Your regimen should also include these if you want to build your bogy without compromising your health.
Asses Your Fitness Level
Any exercise or routine you want to add to your workout program should be scaled down to your current strengths and capabilities. If you have a professional trainer, he should first check and see whether you are physically and medically capable of performing any of the exercises in your program. Your baselines can be assessed through a series of tests. Your trainer should also check your medical history to find out wherever there are physical limitations that need to be addressed first. If your trainer is pushing you do perform something that is beyond your abilities, you should not think twice to seek assistance elsewhere.
Set Goals (Both Long-term and Short-term)
Both long-term and short-term goals can help you stay on track. Your trainer, however, should set goals for you from your measured baselines. With your approval, he should set a plan that will help you reach your goals gradually. Once you have a plan, see to it that you keep track of your progress regularly so that you will know how much work still needs to be done.
Be Honest with Yourself
Whether you're a pro or an amateur, there will come a stage in your process that you will lose your focus and feel demotivated. Making changes to your body is hard, that is why it is really important that you stay honest with yourself. Make a lifestyle check regularly, especially if you feel that you're not making any improvements. It may be your sleeping habits, eating habits, or whatever unwanted activity you are engaging yourself in that is hindering your progress. Identify them and find ways how you can improve on these areas. The changes you will make may be small, but as long as you remain consistent, you will definitely succeed in the long run. Keep in mind that no matter how good and effective your workout program is, your progress will be hindered if you do not make the needed adjustments.