I'd be interested in your rational for structuring the workout the way you do: for example, the shoulders sequence seems to be compound work then iso work and the burnout is strip down sets. Why not, for example, do iso work then compound work in a multi-set? I'm not saying there is anything wrong with how you structured the workout; I am just wondering why you put it together that way.
I always prefer large muscle group, multi-joint actions over isolation work. So, for example in this workout, shoulders take priority over the biceps or triceps. Since the triceps are so heavily involved in shoulder pressing, if I have an isolation set of triceps prior to shoulder presses, then I wouldn't be able to maximize my benefits from the shoulder presses.
Incorporating the band into the warmup was also a good idea.
Thanks! Not sure why they don't use bands. I have had a couple funny little tweaky things happen to my shoulders in the past, so I definitely know that some pre-hab work is good for me to keep things working smoothly.