Well yes, it's probably grammatical, but my brain gave up trying to understand the sentence about half way into the verb phrase - and that is a good sign that something is wrong.
English tends to be analytical, which means that that you can create a long verb phrase from many words, using auxiliaries, modals and so on (rather than by synthetically modifying the form of the verb itself) This doesn't mean that such a phrase is clear or is likely to be understood.
So, no, don't do that. Say:
You should've been revising for the last ten minutes.
Why didn't you visit them last week?
I wish you'd gone swimming during the last week of our holiday at the seaside.
These don't mean exactly the same, but they have the great advantage of being understandable.