You could do a few days a of circuit type conditioning as has been mentioned above. You could then pick 1 exercise to perform on each of the other workout days.
For example on a continuous 2 wee cycle you could perform:
Wed: Bench Press
Fri: Power Cleans
Wed: Shoulder Press
Fri: Front Squat
Can you elaborate a little? What would the conditioning days look like and what type of set/rep scheme did you have in mind for the lifting days? Thanks.
Depending on the equipment you have available there are a ton of options for conditioning.
Just to name a few:
Body Weight Circuits - rotate between body weight exercises such as pullups, pushups, and squats. Do 100 reps of each with the following rep scheme, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1. As little rest as possible during the entire workout.
Lactate-inducing Lifting aka Circuits with Weights - great article CT wrote 5 years ago. Start with really light weight, you’ll be suprised how hard the circuits are when going non stop.
For lifting days I would pick a rep range, I like sets of 3 or 5, being a beginner you may want to start at a higher rep range like 8. Ramp the weight up to a max weight for the rep range, if time permits you could do another set where you drop the weight by 15-20% and do as many reps as possible.
Here is an example using Dumbbell Bench Press
30 x 8
50 x 6
60 x 5
85 x 5
95 x 5
105 x 5
115 x 5
125 x 5
100 x 11