First of all, squatting and deadlifting both twice a week, much less in the same workout, is not a very good idea. Especially because you also have an entirely different day where you’re doing bent rows and other back work.
You’re doing these exercises too often, and compounding too much work on your lower back throughout the week.
Secondly… pullups are not a bicep exercise, I don’t know why you have them in that second day, but the way this is set up you are actually working your back four times a week. Not good.
Thirdly… weenie exercises! They should be reserved for weenies… are you a weenie?
Tippie toe lunges? “Shoulders to ears”? 1/2 overhead presses? And I don’t even know what the hell a “lawnmower” is supposed to be.
There is a reason these aren’t traditional bodybuilding exercises.
Fourthly, deadlifts are traditionally considered a back exercise, not a leg exercise… although they do use the hamstrings, which I also noticed you seem to have no direct work for whatsoever?
And you aren’t working your calves? (unless that’s what these tippie toe lunges are supposed to do)
Here is the split, plus exercises, that I highly recommend you follow instead, to get you on the right track for a while until you’re experienced enough to make your own instinctual changes:
Day 1 - back/biceps
Day 2 - chest/triceps
Incline bench press
skullcrushers or pushdowns
Day 3 - Thighs/calves
leg press or front squats
Lying leg curls
Calf raises (any kind)
Day 4 - Shoulders/traps
Overhead press (barbell or dumbbells)
DB lateral raises
DB rear delt raises
This way everything gets an even amount of work, no muscle groups are conflicting, and the exercises allow for the most weight to be used, as well as the most direct stimulus upon the target muscle groups.
I hope I wasn’t too harsh.