If you are new to bodybuilding I am guessing you are new to lifting in general. A beginner can basically do anything and get stronger/better at first because they are so weak and new. However, a beginner should focus on building up their base (muscle size and strength) with heavy compound movements (squats, deadlift, rows, bench and overhead press) as these movements but on the most size. Then you can supplement those lifts with movements that make you better at those lifts and build muscle (inclines, leg press, pullups, db presses, etc). Until you have built up the size you want and a good level of strength there is no need for isolation exercises like db kickbacks, concentration curls, leg extensions etc.
Discipline makes you mentally and physically tough!
Currently making everything stronger!!
Once I stick to the program I am going to get really strong.