I've recently changed up my workout routine to training all body parts every day. This includes variations on all the big lifts. My 4 main lifts will have high intensity and low volume 1 day per week and all others dys are low-med intensity and low volume all other days. Secondary lifts are all low-med intensity and low volume every day.
So for example my heavy squat day will only be 2-3 sets, with the top two sets no more than 3 reps. All the other days will be 1-2 sets of 20-7 reps. Same for the other 3 main lifts. Everything else will be 1-2 sets of 16-7 reps.
It's been interesting going straight to 185 on the bench and knocking out 1 set of 12 or so just about every day. After that first week or two of soreness you get used to training 6 days at about 70-80% intensity and one day at 95-100%. It seems counterintuitive, but daily volume is so low that you never feel slammed. And it feels great always feeling like you're at the top of your game.
It would be similar to doing a quick lap on the bike every day that only has about 15-20 minutes of climbing and then once a week doing a big day that has multiple 30-60 minutes climbs or one big 2hr+ climb.