It's actually a great base methodology to do while in a caloric deficit because of the low glycogen use and low cortisoi release. As such the risk of losing muscle is much lower than with typical training programs, if you play your cards right (having carbs and protein pre-workout and protein post-workout) you might even gain some muscle.
What I would recommend is adding loaded carries or sprints to the program. These methods help you lose fat with a low risk of muscle loss compared to other "fat loss" methods. Doing some regular walking (45-60 minute walks) every day (if possible) will also help with no detrimental effect on muscle mass.
For the loaded carries or sprints I would start by adding a small amount once or twice per week at the end of the sessions (if its loaded carries) or in spare time (if its sprints...sprints can also be done at the end of the session). After 2-3 weeks if the body handles it well you can add them to one more session per week. Every 2-3 weeks reassess if your body is handling the workload and if you can add loaded carries/sprints to another session.