I think you're overdoing a bit, especially on the Triceps with all those Push-up variations.
I also think if you're going around 90 reps per exericse, then on things like Lunges that would be too much anyway. That's like doing 9 sets of 10, which would be overkill and you're doing Jumping Squats which must be with bodyweight, but Lunges with artificial weight, so you might get an imbalance in the Hamstrings if you're not careful, because you're not doing either bodyweight or artificial weight exercises for both the Hamstrings and Quads, you're using a different method for both.
I'd keep things more simple for now and step up later.
So try something like this.
1. Squats, 2 sets 8-10 reps.
2. Lunges, 2 sets 8-10 reps.
3. Deadlifts, 2 sets 8-10 reps.
4. Bench Press, 2 sets 8-10 reps.
5. Bent Over Rows, 2 sets 8-10 reps.
6. Shrugs, 2 sets 8-10 reps.
Planks 1 minute.
Leg Raises 20 reps.
You'll get some Abs stimulation from something like Deadlifts, so need to go crazy on the Abs stuff. Also don't use a weight belt, it could weaken the core, because it could prevent the core activating properly, if surrounding muscles and tissues use it as an assist, thereby limiting the stimulation of the Core.
Abs belts only need to be used for 1 rep maxes or if you've got a slight muscle strain, as a little bit of a protective support.
I'd do the above training method for about 4 weeks, then step up to more volume with some direct Arm stuff thrown in like E-z Bar Curls, Skullcrushers, Hammer Curls, Pressdowns etc.
Do this workout every other day 3 times a week, with Cardio on some of the off days, so the system could work thusly.
Day 1. Weights
Day 2. Cardio
Day 3. Weights
Day 4. Day off
Day 5. Cardio
Day 6. Weights
Day 7. Day off
Cardio at around 30 minutes would be okay and something like interval stuff could help, as it would be more likely to retain more of the effects, versus steady state, as the body shouldn't adapt to it, costing you some efficacy.
Having the off days like that, stops you training more than 3 days straight, which should be beneficial for recovery.
Hopefully that all makes sense