I’m in the same boat…kinda.
I do low volume plans, M-W-F and make sure to keep those fixed. Then, I do outside rides as usual.
T and Th are just a meandering ride with a friend. We ride side by side and talk the whole time.
Saturday is usually long (up to a century)
Sunday is usually easy, just to get breakfast.
Keeping M-W-F fixed as the things I MUST do, I’m then able to leave out something else during the week to give me a rest day. If I’m feeling extra drained, Saturday might only be 40 or 50 miles. What’s important for me is to ensure I can do the M-W-F commitment. If I need more time off to do it, so be it. If I can ride 7 days and still nail the workouts, that’s good, too.
More or less, I do a high volume plan, by using the low volume structure. I keep an eye on the TSS to make sure I’m not going crazy too many weeks in a row (not all TSS is created equal though, so you have to be careful there) and this works for me.
I should not, I’m not a racer. I’m not event driven. I do some things here and there, but they aren’t “I gotta win or PR” type events. I use TR inside to make riding outside easier and more fun. If you have specific goals and those goals are date or event specific, absolutely DO NOT do what I do!!!