I have several thoughts. First, a 6 day a week routine is too much for most people. 3 or 4 days a week would be better for you. Remember, muscles don't grow while you are working out, but during recovery.
In addition, look at your split; most lifts that involve chest also involve triceps, and lifts that involve the back also involve biceps. So, you're not really splitting but working many of the same muscles every day. And shoulders overlap all over the place. If you do something like an upper-lower split, or a push-pull split than you don't have to worry as much about that. But if you lift only 3 or 4 days a week, than even if you work the same muscles in subsequent workouts, you still get about 48 hours of rest between. That's plenty for most people.
When I read the workouts you report in your log, I get the feeling that you just go to the gym and look around for what you will do that day. You need a plan. There are many that you can follow. There is not much advantage in trying to make up your own. The needs of beginners are all similar, regardless of your ultimate goals. Things like Starting Strength and StrongLifts are great. If your ankle is still bothering you, you may need to wait on some of the lower body lifts, but don't make the mistake of just training your upper body, even if you think it is especially week. In reality, for most men, their lower body is just as or weaker than the upper body.
There are links to both Starting Strength and StrongLifts in the stickies at the top of the general forum in a thread called "A Small Collection of Routines for Beginners" or something like that.
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