That does seem like a little much. I've been doing the squats,deads, front squats, and straight legs for a couple of months now. with shrugs and rotater cuff work in place of the cleans and rack pulls.
agree in principle with the other guys. here's a few more ideas:
squats deads front squats straight leg deads cleans rack pulls
(1) ixnaye the straight leg deads and the rack pulls, or ixnaye the SLDs and the deads - too much overlap (2) look at the lifts in as many ways as possible. olympic lifts? standard lifts? hip dominant? quad dominant? load used? etc. you see this: cleans and snatches are whole body explosive lifts that will use lighter loads than the other lifts squats and deads are hip dominant lifts with heavy loads front squats are the odd man out as a moderate load quad dominant exercise.
what to do?
start each lifting day with either cleans or snatches the second lift should be your money exercise for the day, either squats or deads go home eat rest repeat
When I was training for Olympic lifting, we did something very similar to that. Normally, one day would start with cleans (power or hang), then clean pulls and front squats. Finish with accessory work. On the other day, it was snatches (hang or power), snatch pulls and back squats. Deadlifts were done instead of doing pulls, or on other days (along with jerks, bench, rows).
Olympic lifts should be done first in your training. Thus, your order wouldn't be the best idea if doing the above. And trying to do all of the above in one workout would be way too much! Or are you saying to pick one of those primary lifts for each workout? Or maybe two of them? Not sure if I follow you.
I like this breakdown. It seems critical that for doing all of these lifts the fast one has to come first and go closest to 100%. Then say add a set amount but not to a maximal effort for each of the other two.
In other words, if your goal is to improve your olympic lifts this sounds good.