well, Your mental attitude is great, I think you may be a little overzealous though, try this instead.
Begin trying 30 minutes of cardio. Don't try to kill yourself early, thats one thing that alot of people do that cause them to quit. If you can do 30 minutes with little trouble, try upping the intensity at first, don't up the time though. Every 2 weeks, add 5 minutes to your cardio total until you reach 60 minutes. Don't go any longer than 60. Cortisol may be released and you'll start burning muscle tissue. 5 days a week is plenty for regular cardio. As you lose a good bit of weight initially, look into doing some High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).
As far as your strength training goes, I think your overdoing it a little bit. Everyone here will tell you that your body does not change in the gym, it changes while resting. Try working upper body monday and thursday, lower tuesday and friday, resting wednesday. Your body needs time to recover. Cardio on wednesday is ok though.
Your gonna kill your abs too! I don't do 100 crunches a week! I do 3 sets of 15 and 3 sets of 15 leg raises in my back/biceps workout. The way you set your training up is borderline overtraining. Bad things live there.
All that exercise isn't gonna do you any good unless you have a solid diet. If your diet is sound, you will lose weight.