altius wrote:Are you going to become a shot-putter OR a swimmer??
Sounds more like bodybuilding with the type of lifting he's doing!
The type of physical training you are doing is markedly out of sync with pole vault. In whatever type of training you do always think about what you're trying to achieve. For your physical training, understand that pole vault is a speed-power event and that the physical training you are doing must be targeted towards that goal. Lifting weights is important and very useful, provided you know very well what you are trying to achieve and are good at planning for it. Like anything else in training though, lifting can be counterproductive if done improperly (and any part of training - even vaulting - can be done improperly). Not only can you fail to make event/sport appropriate physical improvements, but keep in mind that it does take quite a bit of time. This time could be used for other things that will help you improve.
And on the topic of swimming, IMO swimming helps the most in active recovery (ie. on "rest" days) and also as a good axillary/secondary method of conditioning the shoulders. The amount to which you do it though (number of days + number of exercises/reps) takes it completely out of that realm. As mentioned, it looks like you're training for something completely different.
Your physical training should be relevant to your event. And in the pole vault we run, jump and swing!
But the most important thing and the thing I'll mention last... pole vaulting??? If this wasn't posted on a pole vault forum there was no way I could identify you as somebody with the intent of pole vaulting. Right now this summer program is a burger without the patty and as the old saying goes, "where's the beef?"
P.S. Kudos to you though for working hard. Take that same work ethic and give it more thought in the right direction, that can take you very far! But please, as it alludes to in my signature, don't let your hard work go to waste!