Is there a reason for training volume you use? I would ask you two questions:
are you world class pro (in your goal)?
do you take performance enhancing drugs (PEDs)?
If your answer is NO for both questions, then you are probably doing just a little bit much. What I would suggest:
Train twice per week for 30 minutes. Every second-week evaluate how you progress with your goals and adjust the volume:
- progress + no sore/pain: great! continue!
- no progress + no sore/pain: add a little bit more (more training or use longer training)
- progress or no progress + sore/pain: do less!
It is not that difficult. Do not be the guy "things working well, help me to screw it up!".
There are two main approaches to how to set volume.
- find a minimal volume that delivers results
- find a maximal volume that is possible to survive
Most people should go with the 1. approach. The exception is If you are genetic freak sport professional high on PEDs with ten years of full-time training experience. The reason are simple:
- The second approach is a direct way to get injured or at least tired
- The second approach does not necessarily deliver any progress (however it consume much more time)
- If you are a beginner (~6 months), you can do just the barest basics with the minimal volume and you will still gain great results.
Note: There is one more exception when to use the second approach: If you want to get wasted by training without reaching any goal, then go wild with the second approach. But be ready to sacrifice your health.