I tend to do my cardio workouts in the morning. Pre-COVID I was swimming Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Friday’s in the morning on the cycling off or recovery ride days - so only biking the four “hard” days per week. I would try to lift the afternoons that I swam, but wasn’t consistent based on work and family demands. Lifts were almost exclusively upper body with just 1-2 lower body exercises, and more maintenance than heavy sessions. I’d also Try to run a couple of miles on Tuesdays and Thursdays, again mainly maintenance 3-5 miles.
Post-COVID and the pools closing, I lift MWF mornings (same routine as before) but then do at least 45 minutes of recovery riding / easy spin. It is often less than prescribed by the plans but still something. I’m down to one maintenance run per week.
Overall I think I like this routine a little better because I’m doing fewer afternoon workouts, and I think my body composition is better. I miss the pool, though, so need to figure out how to work that back in once they reopen. Maybe trade 1 lifting day for a maintenance / base swim each week…
Anyway, hope this helps.