your program seems like it’s just… everything. It doesn’t have any clear direction. I dunno. The delts question aside, I would say any good training program would have more focus that what you’ve posted. If you have multiple goals you want to achieve, I would train in ‘blocks’ throughout the year. Many strongmen and powerlifting competitors do this. So do high level athletes in other sports.
Are you a competitive athlete? If so, I would factor your ‘season’ into how you structure your blocks. If not, then you could do something generic like this:
4 months: hypertrophy block. you focus mostly on bodybuilding movements, and just building size through very basic movements in higher rep range.
4 months: strength block. reps are lowered, exercise selection is more limited, and you really focus on heavy compound movements for overall strength.
4 months: athletic/speed block. I would not do this 4 months straight, but rather I would do something like inserting 2 months of this type of training between each of the other blocks. But you would focus, during this time, on the explosive training.
4 months hypertrophy
2 months speed
4 months power
2 months speed
Something like that. Doesn’t have to be EXACTLY this, it’s just an example of a programming style that will likely lead to more overall progress long term.
There is a saying: if you chase two rabbits, you will not catch either. Focus on 1 rabbit at a time.