Whenever I’m designing a workout for my athletes, I always give them a rest day. However, most recovery days don’t’ need to be complete rest days. If you want to do something, focus on active recovery. Pick a cardio movement that promotes blood flow and that won’t tax you (SkiErg for me).
In this case, I found a low complexity unilateral exercise that can be easily accomplished. I also threw in an isometric core movement that had minimal eccentric muscle activation.
I love farmer walks and they keep eccentric loading to a minimum so I could work hard without muscle damage. If you do this, remember don’t race through a recovery session and make it a solid steady flow. When picking weights, ask yourself is it too heavy to make you sore or will it set you up for success tomorrow.