I guess I would do more exercises than that. I’m all for simplicity, but you could add a few more isolation exercises and still stay within an hour for your workout, especially if you do some supersets. I’ve set some clients up on push/pull splits, and have had good results with something more like this. Just an idea…
Single-leg squat work or quad iso.
Incline bench or military press
Maybe additional tricep/chest iso.
Deadlift or stiff-leg Deadlift
Rear delt flies
Maybe additional bicep work
Similar exercises to day 1
Similar exercises to day 2
Ditto Day 6
Glutes get some work on both Day 1 and 2, but this hasn’t been too much of an issue for a 3 or 4 week program. Both the men and women I’ve got going on something like this have had good results, felt they got enough recovery and enjoyed the workouts.
While what Nate said is true I also think what you have laid out will work also.
So what it is simple you are not missing anything really. It is bold in its simplicity. I do think you would be wise to at least rotate the movement you start with. such as on day start and concentrate on DL’s. Next pull day start and concentrate on squats. This will let you be fresh for each of these big movements. Same with push bench one week first, then dips, then overhead presses. etc…
Or like was suggested spilt it up. Much like I have done in my EDT program right now. have four days.two upper two lower.
You could look at my thread My EDT critique for an example or one more like you have laid out would be =
incline or decline db bench
Assistance (due to the fact that DL?s are much like another pull on the back)
Either way I think it will work. I actually like what you have to a point like I stated. Like everything it will work for a bit. Just change it after a good run.