Dude, you said you wanted volume, and that is certainly what you have got there, lol.
All in all, I like it. I would do that (with less volume). I like the way you have your lifts set up, I like the rest you have avoiding overlap... Not too shabby, now just try it out, and see how it goes for you.
Some suggestions though:
1) Don't be afraid to swap out your front raises on Friday for rear delt work and more lateral delt work. I feel like you might be getting your front delts enough so that you can avoid having to hit them with front raises and get some extra work for your side and rear delts.
2) Calves are an enigma wrapped in an anomaly. Something I've seen over and over again is heavy ass weight, and hitting them every other day HARD. So, if I didn't have the shin splints I would hit my calves every other day, one day standing and one day seated. Load up heavy as possible while having form integrity and go for it.
3) You might find you need more direct arm work than that. If you do, well, address that once you do, lol.
Stefan 93 wrote:
If you work them that way you'll injure joints around them. You should do weighted jumping or something. Maybe jump shrug...
I just don't see how a calf raise is more likely to cause injury than leaving your feet under load.
I'm about 100% sure you have that backwards.
I would not recommend a jump shrug to anyone unless they have a coach to teach them or they are somewhat athletic in the first place. Your average joe shouldn't be leaving there feet under load.
If you use light weights you can do that routine, but I think it would be better to do a little bit fewer reps and do them with heavier weights.
Wouldn't that be 100% goal dependent?