I have done something similar. I used 2 work sets per exercise. One warm up if needed on the first exercise. It works but it's brutal due to the heavy weights it allows you to use.
I would alternate this:
Flat barbell bench 2 x 6 reps. I wouldn't count the warm up set. Just 2 true work sets.
Incline dumbbell press 2 x 6
flat flies 2 x 10
Next work chest workout:
Flat dumbbell press 2 x 8
Incline barbell press 2 x 6
Flat flies 2 x 10
The problem I have with low volume and lifting for strength is that it can be too intense. Just doing something like going for a 3 mile run the day before can lower your strength. Practice submission wrestling and you're not getting your reps in the day after. If you just lower the intensity and push the endurance with more sets outside activity doesn't interfere with the weight workout.
yes good basic workouts there.. i use more volume myself typical for me is...
Flat press(BB) 4x6-10 superset with Flat Flys 4x12
Incline BB or DB 4x10 superset with Incline Flys 4x12
Push ups 2x max... I might swap over flat press with Parallel Bar Dips or Decline Press.
this workout works well for me....
Parallel bar Dips 4xmax
push ups with push up bars 3xmax
Flat flyes 3x10-12
if i was going for max mass and strength then i would go with oldtimers workouts.I like more sets but after 2-3 hard heavy sets then the muscles are stimulated.I tend to like more Bill Pearl style training "leaving with Gas in the tank" as he once wrote.. although i could never do the Volume he did...