I think recovery is the main issue at hand, and that’s why Bompa bases his methodology of training on periodization. And for those who don’t have this book, I don’t simply mean alternating periods of high and low intensity loads, or hypertrophy and strength phases. While this book is geared towards bodybuilding, no doubt, Dr. Bompa trains professional athletes and has written several other books directed toward strength coaches primarily for the purpose of periodization. To get back to the point, Bompa recommends alternating load on a microcyclic basis (week to week) throughout the macrocycle (in this case hypertrophy, mixed, maximum strength phases). Bompa recommends gradual increases in intensity and in load. He also recommends alternating between high, medium and low intensity days, which he means basically only go to complete failure every couple workouts and definitely not on back-to-back workouts. It’s detailed in manner but I think you get the picture and see how training this way might be possible. I think it would be very easy to overtrain (I am sure that I did, training six days a week and not heeding the advice of letting up on going to failure). Not to mention that Bompa also recommends cardio before and after. So one might want to give something like this a shot, but I think you’d really have to monitor for signs of overall fatigue and overtraining. I hope all this mumbo-jumbo makes sense.