well, you didnt address the concern I raised with weights being used, but anyways…
you have 6 exercises. each exercise has 1x4, 2x8. if you look at the work you would be doing, your total sets are 18, which is not a bad place for you to be if you are working out 5 days in a row. you dont want to overexhaust yourself. however, your total reps are 120.
120 reps divided between 18 sets is an average of 6-7 reps per set.
that will not be enough to induce hypertrophy unless you are training at a much heavier weight, at which point you are activating different muscle fibers and not necessarily achieving hypertrophy to the extent that you desire.
now, the problem with this setup is that working the same lifts 5 days in a row is going to be tricky. you ahve to fatigue yourself enough to produce growth, but not enough that you cant do it five more days in a row
just because it gets difficult, however, doesnt mean youre getting the hypertrophy you desire.
i would say try this for a week but with a mod. do only five exercises. up the sets to 4 and the reps to 8-10. look at it like this.
Pullups 4x8(or 2 short of failure)
Bench 4 x 8
Row 4 x 8
Military press 4x8
Now, alternate deads and squats. do deads on tuesday and thurs, squats monday wednesday friday.
That keeps your total reps clsoer to 200, no less than 160 (if you get at least 8 reps)
that is at least 40 more total reps, and the muscle groups are being worked more fully.
i would say a program like you are attempting may be something to cycle in 2 non-consecutive weeks in any month, if it were to be effective. i feel like it would be good to take a week off of this training and do something more traditional in between.
its just that the frequency you are attempting may be better used for a traditional split. that way you can work muscle groups twice in a week but more fully
mondays: back, chest
Thursday: shoulders, arms
Saturday: Chest, bis
Sunday: back, tris
I guarantee you using your 7 days for something like this would be more productive.
i feel like im rambling at this point