I`d rather advise to pick an existing program than trying to do your own programming.
"Canditos Linear Program" an Upper/Lower-Split with three possible templates to use (one of them being Strength/Power where you can focus on explosive movements) or 5/3/1 would be better choices than what you wrote down.
Sorry this has taken me so long to thankyou for. I haven't seen this programme before and I think I am going to give it a go since it seems to be pretty varied and geared towards what I think I can manage in a week and also fairly flexible as to what my goals are. Thanks very much!
Back to it last week after a two week Christmas break... So feeling like a need a motivational boost a new programme (where my negative progress isn't so obvious) is probably perfect!
I`m glad I could help.
Even though I didn`t train after that plan myself (I did 5/3/1 after starting with a simple 3x5 linear progression plan), I like the setup with these templates because they would allow you to emphasize certain aspects in training.
Rotating the templates (hypertrophy, strength, power and again hypertrophy) would already follow the simple periodization models
like written here: http://exrx.net/WeightTraining/Periodization.html
You could train the templates in blocks of 6 to 12 weeks and even throw in his 6-week-strength programme for another variation.
Good Luck with your training.