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wrist exercises = deadlifts. only supplements worth buying are whey protein, creatine and maybe a multi if you have spare change. the importance of eating healthy and eating lots is often underestimated by beginner lifters and as mentioned above rest is very important. beginners lifters should stick to compound movements only. you workouts should contain these workout: bench (incline), squat, deadlift, bent over rows, pullups, chins, military press, dips. stick to these workouts and make sure you are increasing the poundage as often as possible because that is how you are going to get bigger. once you have been working out for a year or two and have made significant gains then you can add some extra exercises into your workouts. remember that what works for someone may not work for you and unless you are juicing do not try to copy arnold, ronnie or jays workout routine. if you have any other questions feel free to ask me and i recommend you hang around the bodybuilding.com forum because there is a lot of useful information there if you search hard enough. (i gained 70lbs in about two years of working out/claim so i feel as though i am some what qualified to give some advice)