I just wrote this answer (below) for some guy on FB. For what YOU have on your template, you need to be respectful of the Farmer Walk (NOT conditioning) and understanding that the Prowler needs to be programmed in respect to everything else you are doing.
"Let me explain even further - the Yoke, Atlas, Farmers Walk - these should never treated as "conditioning". Easily one of the things I've fucked up and others have too. These are strength movements that require some skill due to their high injury potential. Using them solely as
conditioning is fucking stupid. I'm not calling you stupid; many of us were. They should be treated like strength movements and treated as such. This is how the Prowler is a bit different - you have to be in
such poor physical shape and just gross to get hurt pushing the Prowler. So it allows for intense loading with NO injury potential. I wish more people would understand this difference. It passes the Toilet
Philosopher test: spend 10 minutes on the shitter and you can solve any problem provided you critically think."
Also - think about this: you are doing rope pulls on Day 3 and Front Squats on 4 (presumably no day rest apart). If you've done rope pulls before they smoke your grip, hands and upper back. So take that into account when you are doing Front Squats.
Understand you can still do 5x10 after you squat, just don't pick Front Squats. It may be a good movement but not every movement can be loaded the same way. The movements you do with 5x10 (as a supplemental movement) must fit that loading plan OR the % has to come down.