MarkKO is killing it with good advice here.
The only minutia I want to add to worry of imbalance is that you don't want to just look at it as imbalanced or not from the viewpoint of an individual training session, but over many months time.
MarkKO gave you the advice of picking a main push, pull, squat, and hinge for each week which is solid.
But one pull... should you pick a vertical or horizontal. Well, what you can do is for 12 weeks lets just pick pull ups for your main lift. Then, the next 12 weeks you could pick barbell rows.
That may not even be necessary. I know in powerlifting, many PLers always have the big 3 as their main lift and use the work afterwards to avoid imbalances.
That's also true in 5/3/1 and many other programs have a couple to a few main exercises.
I mentioned 5/3/1 so to loosely quote Jim Wendler who is quite an accomplished lifter, coach, and writer, "Don't major in the minors".
If you have a little time and a little money on hand, I highly recommend one of his 5/3/1 books. I think those books are very good at helping people understand the priorities regarding lifting, athleticism, and fitness.