It looks like you’ve got a pretty good maximal strength and explosive strength program going there.
But, if I may, I’d like to make a suggestion. To me it doesn’t look like you’ve got any really good strength endurance programs at present.
Now I know that maximal strength is important to combat as is explosive strength. But let’s face it, the routines that you are performing to improve these qualities don’t provide a stimulus even remotely approaching the demands placed on you during combat.
In other words to effectively build maximal strength you need short bursts of maximal intensity interspersed with long periods of rest (2-3 minute rest periods between sets).
However, during combat you often times need to continue for much longer periods of time and with much less rest time between periods of intensity. Basically the type of strength needed for combat (at least if you’re fighting people relatively the same size as you who are also skilled opponents) is strength endurance. Yes maximal strength is important, as well as explosive strength, but without strength endurance you’ll never be able to last long enough to fully utilize those other traits/your skills.
My suggestion to you is to check out Charlie Lysak’s Primal Strength material. His crawl routine is one of the single best routines I have ever seen for developing incredible strength endurance. I’ve literally seen people turn into complete animals from doing this routine.
I know that sounds like a sales pitch, and maybe it should be :), but I am being completely honest with you. If you don’t believe me then try it and see. Or how about the fact that John Brookfield was so impressed with Lysak’s primal strength material that he personally contacted him to train with Brookfield in person. Or how about the fact that Joe Lewis (who does not give endorsements easily) raved about the routine after trying it (the testimonial can be found on the PrimalStrength site).
You can find the routine here:
Right now I believe that all that is available is the “Crawl” routine dvd (which is a routine using traditional weight lifting implements). But Shihan Lysak also has a routine that utilizes partner drills (the Gladiator routine) and one that is similar to a strongman routine (can’t think of the name of that one at the moment).
Hope this helps and really hope you give it a try, you won’t regret it (well at least not once you see the results,