triceps never get a rest from a, b, then c.
Chest and quads in 1 workout is a lot of volume
Back and shoulders ditto.
back may be sore from quads to do deadlifts the next day.
Shoulders may be sore from chest to do the next day
Where are calves and abs?
Try separating the bodyparts more or doubling them up like a traditional push/pull (chest/shldrs/tri etc) or antagonistic push/pull (chest/back, legs, shouldrs/arms)
Schedule time off.
A Chest Biceps
B Quads, calves, abs
C Shoulders, traps, Triceps
D Back, hamstrings, abs
or a 2 on 1 off split. you get to work triceps and biceps indirectly from chest and back, and then hit them again directly on this split. separating quads and hams also allows more work, and lets you pair stiff leg deadlifts on back day. work upper abs one day,lower abs next time or rotational. frequency is good too. (for me).
why not pick a tried and true routine and run with it, measuring progress.
how many sets per body part? larger 12, smaller 9? 9 sets for all? ramping up weight for 1 real heavy set or all sets working sets?
how old are you? training age? current height/weight, goal weight, timeframe? current nutrition?
good luck. post more info and maybe more folks will help you.