You're tired after training. Sounds pretty normal to me. I'd be wary of buying in to the "I'm an [insert x/y/z] so I don't respond well to...' thing. A lot of the time it usually ends up being something else.
I have a suspicion what you're experiencing is down mostly to two things:
1) you aren't eating enough. You'd be surprised just how much you need to eat to recover from training that is hard enough to get you stronger, let alone bigger. I'd recommend adding in some more starchy foods (potatoes, rice, etc) and a bit more protein and seeing how that goes. Nothing extreme, maybe an extra potato or 100-200 grams of rice and another protein shake or two per day.
2) you're not actually doing Madcow. You're doing Madcow PLUS almost another entire program's worth of work so while you might only train three days per week, there's enough work in there for five or six days' worth of work. Combine that with not quite eating enough and you are almost certain to be under-recovering pretty much constantly.
If the weights you outlined for you 'PAP' are the actual weights you use, I'm not trying to be mean but you're weak. After a year of training you should be MUCH stronger. That alone should tell you that something isn't right.
You're trying to add in all this cool sounding stuff when you're still very inexperienced and not in a good position to determine what you could usefully add to an already proven program. Follow Madcow as it is set out. That'll be hard enough for you without adding in a bunch of - for you - useless and counterproductive extra volume.
Don't try to be clever. Just stick to the program and eat quantity and quality.