no, lift to get big. you will always be cut. arnold always said "you can't tone bone".
anyway, i would reccomend for someone with your physique to do the following
day 1: bench press, incline press, dips, pull-ups, rows
day 2: shoulder press (in front), side lat raises, barbell curls, close grip bench press (for triceps)
day 3: squats (will help you bulk up more then anything else you do), leg curls, front leg extensions (or substitute leg press)
day 4/5 off
or something similar. make sure you go as heavy as possible and do 3 sets of each with 8, 6, 4 reps for each set. remember if you can do more then this amount of reps you will need to add weight.
if you do this and eat as much as you can you will def bulk up. dont do any cardio until you been doing this workout for 6 months or so (it will keep you from gaining muscle mass).
I will print this out. This is good stuff. And no cardio. That makes sense. Should I maybe add a day of maybe doing high rep, circuit training so I can some cardio benefit? Or no cardio at all? I mean lifting weights does get you in shape anyways
Some cardio would be good. You want to build endurance, and cardio (especially some running), will help you build muscle. Plus it is good to get your heart rate up for at least 30 min a day. Lifting will help this.