Also I need to stress the use of controlled reps. DONT go in there and start bouncing heavy weight off yoru chest when benching or bouncing out of the hole on squats. You should lower the weight in a 100% controlled fashion then there should be a split second pause before you start to raise the weight momentum is your enemy. Unless you are performing olympic lifts for power you shouldn't be using any momentum.
Its hard to lift this way guys usually have to pull off about 50% of their working weight when they start doing this correctly. Its hard on the ego but its safer and more effective.
For Adding Bulk I would recommend a good warm up maybe 10 minutes 3-4 sets just take your time work through a full range of motion start LOW! I would recommend starting with 10lb dumbells, the bar, or for legs start by just squatting your body weight.
THen for your heavy sets get in there shoot for 10 reps give or take of a TRUE 2 seconds down 2 seconds up with a split second pause in between. Just enough of a pause to scrub off any bounce momentum.
Do 2-5 sets on this big primary lift. This will usually be squats, deads, leg press, bench press, rows, chin ups etc just a good compound lift.
Then move into your isolation lifts flys, lateral shoulder raises, tricep extensions, curls etc. These I am a big fan of doing some super slow reps. These KILL and most people will try them once then give up on them they aren't fun but its easy to really fatigue the muscle while minimizing the risk of tearing.
Everyone has done negatives where they control a heavy weight down then have someone pull the weight up. Dont do those, this is the opposite and there are a few cool research papers out that will support what I'm condoning.
WE'll use bench press as an example. you put on a weight lighter than what you're used to. Lift the weight up then drop it down to your chest 1-2 seconds fast but still under control. THen the lifting portion should be a true 4 second count. 1..2..3..4.. then your arms are full extended then lower the weight 1-2 seconds then 4 seconds up. It is TOUGH but by doing this you are assuring the muscle is doing all the work and you aren't throwing or bouncing the weight up. This puts the msucle fibers under and extreme work load and will fatigue your muscles faster than doing 19 sets of fast half assed reps. WHen you beat the muscle up quicker with less sets you save the central nervous system from a lot of wear and tear. Now that the body doesnt' have to repair the CNS it will leave more resources open to repair the muscle tissue.