Some of this is ok. As long as you have a general theme that sounds reasonable you are good. And if you are getting results you are in great shape. A few things though:
You just need some type of progression plan besides just adding weight to the bar.
Could have an RDL in there keeping it light so as to not wear out the back for deadlifts later.
Some exercises working under extremely long TUT is good for others it will keep your strength increases down hurting your ability to use more weight, missing out on some hypertrophy there. I am saying this in reference to all the supersetting of bench presses and flyes.
Same thing with pullups supersetted with pulldown. You should be shot enough after doing pullups that you are using a weight on pulldowns that is much lighter than it would be otherwise.
You are going to see huge improvements in muscle endurance doing these supersets but you will most likely not get as much hypertrophy as you could doing single sets.
Bis, Tris, Shoulders-
With the lateral raises doing the supersets is a bit more feasable, since you have already hit them with a compound exercise. However, even with this method you are limited in that having your muscle under tension for that long is going to make it very tough maybe impossible to increase the weight past a certain point, so you are basically just trying to increase the TUT, which again is muscle endurance primarily, hypertrophy can be better targeted.
Personally I would put deadlifts on a different day, because as it stands you have 3 hard days (Legs, Chest/Back, Deadlifts) and one moderate day with arms and shoulders. Also you are using muscles that are stressed heavily during deadlifts twice with legs and again with back BEFORE you do the hardest exercise of the week. I would put your chest/back workout at the opposite end of the week from legs and do deadlifts with back. Either that or suck it up and do deadlifts on leg day.
Overall not bad though.
thanks for all the comments; you do have me thinking.
I have tried doing deads on leg days; but for some reason the deads just really drain me and i cant do it the same day as squats. The leg press really is not that demanding and while placing the dead in place of the leg press looks good on paper (i actually tried doing dead on leg days as i was thinking same as you guys); the reality for me is that having both on the same day compromises either my dead or squat (depending on which one is done first). Replacing the leg press with some other less demanding exercise though makes sense.
The comment relating TUT and supersetting is something i am actually trying to keep in mind. I usually like lifting heavier with bench - 5 to 8 reps; total time of bench is about 30 seconds max and then another 20 to 30 second for flys as i only do about 5 reps of flys - so tut is less than 1 minute; but you are right; at 1 minute i am at the upper level for time for adding mass; and actually way over the time for adding strengh; however, my thinking is that because my bench is pushed very heavy for the first 30 seconds to failure, i am still in the strengh range for bench (which i think is more important exercise); i could be wrong on this; but just thought id give you insight into my thinking on this… would be curious what others think on this…
I have also started doing a lot strip sets on some exercises. Bench, for example, i will go heavier when doing a strip set where i can only initially do 1 or 2 reps (close to fail), then strip some wieght, and then do another 2 reps , then do another 2 reps…i dont superset when doing a strip sets; thought id bring this up as it does sort of get into tut issue… but tut also sort of relates not doing an initial set of extremely heavy reps to fail then stripping the wieght… of course there is a point to where the wieght get to low to be meaningful…just bring this up for discussion as i really do like doing strip sets as i feel they really work the muscle…i suppose i can over do it though; but dont feel i am yet…
As i said before, my workout is working; but as usual, you guys always get me thinking… which is a good thing…