Thank you everyone
The conclusion I have is that the plan isn't focus. I shall then move on with Kroc's 12 weeks, however the reason why the plan became like this is because I did not know what to do for the rest of the days that are not leg days.
How does this general plan sound like?
The leg day as prescribed in the 12 week plan
90% x 3, 95% x 2, 100% x 1
92% x 3, 97% x 2, 102% x1
Close grip: 70% of bench x 3 sets x 4 reps
Weighted dips: with 15kg x 4 sets x 10 reps
Rear delt fly: with 10 kg x 4 sets x 6 reps
Deadlifts: 70% x 7 reps, 80% x 5 reps, 90% x 3 reps
72.5% x 7 reps, 82.5% x 5 reps, 92.5 x 3 reps
75% x 7 reps, 85% x 5 reps, 95% x 3 reps
Barbell rows: 5 sets x 6 reps
Dumbbell row: 3 sets x 8 reps
Weighted pull ups:with 18kg x 5 sets x 3 reps
OHP: 80% x 5 sets x 5 reps
superset with Bodyweight pull ups: 5 sets x 8 reps
Lateral raises: 4 sets x 12 reps
Rear delt fly: 4 sets x 20 reps
Kettle-bell swings and Battle ropes for cardio
Likewise the end goal will be to gain quality mass (I will be on a calorie surplus (typoed deficit) for sure but I do not want to get real fat), increase work capacity (training my body in future workouts to require shorter rests in between), and finally to have my body adapt and be able to carry out the percentages I have set for bench, deadlifts and OHP in this plan. (I would most definitely fail the sequence in the first few weeks, I hope by the end of 12 weeks I can carry out the rep ranges as written by the end of 8 weeks, and by 12 weeks they become easy) I would like to move on thereafter to a strength specific program.
Once again, for the internet's criticism please