If you’re doing fine, I don’t see what the problem is.
All training relies heavily on nutrition, so if you go to the gym like you claim, make sure you eat a well-balanced diet.
If you enjoy working out and want to improve, go for it. If you’ve hit a stalemate or are feeling fatigued, increasing your recovery time is the first step toward restarting progress.
This quantity of activity is both unnecessary and unhealthy for the majority of people. If you’re a high-level athlete, though, some forms of training are not just permissible, but necessary.
You should consider how long it takes for muscles to recover. You’ll notice that there’s just enough time between them to prevent being self-defeating. You could find that switching muscle groups yields significantly better outcomes.
A healthy rule of thumb is that after 90 minutes you can take a good rest at the gym when you’re training as hard as you are right now.