The impact of running is hard on the legs, and it takes time for your leg muscles and tendons to adjust to this impact. Most experts recommend building up a solid base of walking (ie. 2-3 months) before transitioning to running.
So at this stage, I'd drop the jogging. If you want to increase the intensity of your walking, try adding some incline instead. Even a 5% incline burns roughly 50% more calories than walking on the level.
Strength training works by creating microscopic tears in the muscle fibers, which then grow back stronger. But it takes time for this to happen, and most experts recommend resting 48-72 hours between ST sessions, which implies just 2-3 strength workouts per week, rather than 4-5.
There is no lower body or core work in the exercises you have listed. I would recommend adding squats, deadlifts and planks to that workout. Demos at www.sparkpeople.com/resource/exercise_demo
The lat pull downs you are doing are excellent exercises that work the biceps, shoulders and back. Bicep curls work only the bicep, and are an inefficient use of your workout time. I'd drop these in favor of the other exercises listed above.
Also, it is generally recommended that you work in order from the largest muscles down to the smallest ones. So rather than constantly changing the order, I'd go with something like squats, incline press, deadlifts, lat pulls, planks, chest flys. Also, once you can do 12 reps of an exercise, it is a sign that you should move up to a heavier weight, even if this means fewer reps.
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