I see what you're trying to do Northface, you're trying to write a programme that trains everything, max strength, power, high intensity cardio, steady state, plyometrics etc. which is fine on paper, but another thing in reality.
Come on man, 20 rep breathing squats followed by kettlebell swings and then 20 mins cardio and intervals the day before and after? Are you serious?
And plyometrics on saturday? I doubt you'll want to get out of bed at all let alone jump over stuff!
I give this routine less than ten days.
My opinion FWIW. One lower body exercise (squat, deadlift, snatch, C&J, front squat the big calorie burners) and one upper body (military press, bench press, chins, BOR etc) each day, intervals, hill sprints, tyre drags etc afterwards. Add in rest days as and when you need them and reduce your calories. It's much easier to diet the bodyfat off than work it off. Good luck.