How does this routine look? I spaced the workouts so muscles like triceps and biceps wouldn't be used on a constant daily basis. Also the rest in between workouts will enable me to workout with full strength.
On chest day the following exercises are very tricep intensive, and one could make the arguement as much tricep as they are chest moves.
Bench Press Dips Close Grip Bench Decline Bench Pressdowns
Problem- The first four exercises work in very similar ways. Decline Bench is very similar to dips, and then you have close grip bench in there, on top of that your bedrock chest movement bench pressing is not even that great for chest development for most people.
Skullkrushers and maybe pressdowns if you have enough left in the tank.
Problem- Legs you have no hamstring movement though you do have deadlifts on back day. I would ditch the deadlifts on back day, they are a great exercise just take them out while you have your back squats in here for now. Dont need 2 pressing movements for shoulders at first, if you can handle 2 do a military press and arnold presses. If not do lateral raises for second exercise.
Back Squat Military Press Lunges Arnold Press or Lateral Raises Leg Press Romanian Deadlift Leg Curl
Deadlift Front Squat Military Press Lunges Arnold Press or Lateral Raises Leg Press Leg Curl Calf Exercise
Ditch the deadlifts like I have shown or change your workout like I show.
The other poster is right you need some horizontal pulling badly. I would first do either supinated or pronated pullups, then an inverted, seated, or 1arm row. Then do a type of pulldown then either finish with a second row or a straight arm pulldown.
For Biceps do reverse barbell Curls then Seated Incline Dumbell Curls see this weeks exercise on the homepage. Another good idea would be to swap all the bicep and tricep work straight up. The benefit is that you are fresh for your biceps and triceps, the drawback is that you now have done either biceps or triceps closer to when they will be needed again for chest or back respectively, the choice is yours.