I am looking there now but may I ask what makes it so bad?
it just doesn't make any sense. Lots of redundant exercises, lots of stuff missing.
Firstly, on your 1st day, I am not sure why you think you would need to do three sets of pulldowns after having just done 75 pull-ups (I have a very hard time believing you can actually do that but whatever, that's not so important I guess...)
On tuesday the only weights you lift are in the form of incline dumbell flyes, that doesn't make any sense either.
Then, on Wednesday, after working your chest the day before (albeit with only one rather strange choice of exercise), you work chest again, doing obscenely high reps (25 is way too high, stick to 8-12).
You do not train your shoulders
You spend way too much time doing crunches (crunches aren't very good, at the very least switch to reverse crunches or leg lowering or something...)
You do not train your arms, except for dips the day after working your chest. Again, this makes no sense. Do not work the same muscle two days in a row. Ever.
Your only leg training is in the form of the deadlift, where once again your reps are far too high. Use 5x5 for your deadlift. Also, where is your squat? Or lunge? Or just anything for your quads? And no, the Arc trainer is not enough to develop your legs.
So basically, I would scrap it completely. It's just awful. I would maybe even go as far as to say it's the worst routine I've ever seen. Maybe not the very worst, but certainly close. Don't worry though, there's loads of good routines out there, I would personally recommend something like WS4SB. I assume with all the cardio you do that you want to stay athletic, and WS4SB is geared towards athletes. Give it a gander.
But hey, you can do 75 pull-ups in one session, so you're much stronger than I am so maybe you should disregard my advice, haha!