Dude, that is such a good question and a hard one at that.
A friend of mine who prep a lot of girls came to me with this problem... one of his figure girls still has a lot of fat to lose but nothing is moving. The girl is a former Crossfit girl with a tendency for doing WAAAYYYY too much work (4-5 hours of training daily). I actually see this in many crossfit girls who are natural. They do too much work and as a result constantly have elevated cortisol levels which can actually hurt fat loss over time (maybe because the body becomes desensitized to it and stop releasing stored fat?).
A friend of my wife is a good crossfit athletes who went to regional 3x. She is a training machine; routinely trained 4 hours+ per day at her peak, could run a marathon any day of the week and clean 225lbs afterwards. To raise money she even did a 10 000 reps workout (something like 1000 burpees, 1000 wall ball, 1000 thrusters, 1000 box jumps over, 1000 KB swings, and 1000 of 5 other things... crazy workout, lasted about 9 hours) but despite her workload she wasn't ripped at all during that time. She started working as a police officer, stopped competing and trains a lot less but she now looks leaner and better.
A figure girl I'm preparing myself had a similar problem. She was stuck at the same level of leanness for about 2 months despite doing a lot of work...she started to progress again when I drastically decreased her "glycogen-reliant" work... meaning that I decreased her lifting volume (increased the frequency), decreased the amount of glycogen-depleting conditioning work and slightly increased low intensity cardio.
In some cases it is almost hopeless because of the metabolic damage done, but most cases can be solved. I would recommend:
lowering lifting volume and increasing intensity (1 set to failure and beyond after 2 preparation sets per exercise)
increasing frequency (basically train like Dorian but hit each muscle twice per week)
Reduce glycogen depleting conditioning work (the most I will do is one tabata exercise)
Slightly increase low intensity cardio BUT NEVER do the cardio after the workout, even if it is after as a second session; always do cardio before the strength work, ideally as a separate session. Doing cardio after weights will raise AMPK which will inhibit mTor resulting is less protein synthesis... doesn't matter much if you are enhanced, but for naturals it will make a big difference.
If possible, fragment the energy systems work into 2 sessions... it is best to do 2 x 35 minutes with one tabata than 1 x 75 minutes with one tabata.... hormonally speaking... of course not everybody can segment training like that as the ideal format would be something like: 7AM - 35 min moderate cardio ... Noon - 1 tabata exercise + 35 min moderate cardio .... 4-5PM lifting session. But you worst case scenario you could do 2 sessions: 1 tabata exercise + 35 min of cardio in the morning and 35 min of cardio + weights in the afternoon.
I recommend using cortisol lowering supplements; rhodiola in the morning, glycine (5-10g) and phosphatidylserine (400-800mg) after each workout (cardio or weights)