Erase everything you wrote because 5/3/1 has already been written - you don't need to draw out YOUR plan and look for approval; what you need to do is open the book and choose from the million programs Jim has written and go after it.
If you're just starting out, you should do "beginner prep school" from Forever and if you don't have this book, just do the original program and the triumvirate. If this doesn't make sense, do this:
Warm up with some stretching or a routine like Agile 8.
Jump on a plyo box, do standing long jumps or throw/toss/slam a 10 pound medicine ball for 10-20 reps.
Main work: 5's Pro (do all sets for 5 reps no matter what week you're in)
Supplemental work: do 5x5@FSL of the main movement
Assistance: 50-100 reps of push/pull/single leg or core. Pick these exercises THAT DAY. On deadlift day you might not want to do chins, and you might not want to do heavy weighted dips on bench or press day... use common sense.
Run 1600 meters 2-3 times a week broken up into 4x400, 8x200, 16x100..
walk with a weighted vest or ride an airdyne bike 2-4 times per week for 20-30 minutes.