If you wanna still run the 5X5 on that routine, here's my advice.
Do two weeks of 5X5. On the third week, you want to deload. Do only 70% of the volume (so either 3X5 or 5X3) while still keeping the same weight that you can do. This gives your muscles some active recovery, because the low rep range is gonna be very taxing on your CNS. After that week of deloading, go right back into it. I typically can increase either the weight 10lbs on a lift or the reps to a full 5X5 after a deload. Repeat this cycle for as long as you are on the routine.
I like your routine Emevas, but I'd do
power curl, front squat, and pull up
then deadlift, high pull and incline bench
If I were training for max strength, but that's just me, and I like balance, and I can't do dips.
do you fit ab work into this routine?
I get plenty of abwork with the squats, deadlifts, overhead presses, pull-ups and dips.
Flash, I imagine those would work, I just don't have training in high pulls, and I'm trying to build a solid strength foundation in my squats and deadlifts before I move on to anything else. I'm following some stuff I got in Pavel's "Beyond Bodybuilding", his 3-5 plan.