each workout would have a lot less volume then a split of course. i would usually do 3 exercises each workout, a lower body and an upper body push and a lower body pull. and i would usually do the same lift 1-2 times a week. sometimes it would only be 1 or 2 exercises.
how many reps and sets depended on the lift. exercises with more reps but less sets i would do squats, dips, pushups, rows, shoulders. less reps with more sets would be deads, pullups, bench.
here would be a sample week:
mon - squats 3x12
inverted rows 3x10
tuesday - turkish getups for time, as many as i could for 1-2 minute2, 5+ rounds
wednesday - deads 5-8x3
thursday - front squats - 4x8
bent press 3-4x8
kb swings for time, 30-60 seconds, 2-5 rounds
friday - clean variation - 5-10x3-5
farmers walk 150-300ft 2-4 times
sledge work, either 360s or swings onto a tire, 2-5x 5-10 reps
each week i may have a focus like one week more cardio/crossfit type work. next week more squats. next more overhead stuff. next week more odd object. some weeks i would do 3 days, other 5 days. i would go by how i felt each workout for total volume and whether i would skip a day.
of course this was when my only goal was to lift stuff and thats it. i had no specific goals like improving my bench or squat, or getting a big chest, or doing strongman or anything like that. about once a month i would do dips and deadlift workout to track progress though. as long as i kept increasing my dip reps and either doing more reps at the same weight or more weight with the same reps as before i was happy. i kept up workouts like this for the last 2 years i was a trainer. some of my workouts were doing part of a workout with a client. so that added more variety as i would just jump into whatever they were doing.
i guess you can look at like a crossfit type workout. i did this long before i ever heard of crossfit either. which i find funny now with its popularity. with a bit more high rep stuff i bet i would have done fairly well at their comps.