There are always benefits to doing a little more exercise if you can. So yes, if you can train 5x a week, I'd say go for it.
That being said, I wouldn't do 5x a week of ~30-35 min. of cardio mixed with ~25-30 minutes of resistance training.
It's just generally not that advisable to do resistance training on back-to-back days (assuming you're doing full body training). So I'd consider structuring things differently if you want to train 5x a week.
- 3x a week on non-consecutive days do ~40-45 minutes of full-body resistance training, followed by 15-20 minutes of cardio. On the days in between do ~≤60 minutes of pure cardio and/or more mobility work
- 4x a week of an upper/lower split (or an X Split), so maybe Mon/Tues/Thur/Fri of ~30-40 minutes of resistance training, followed by ~20-30 of cardio, and do ~≤60 minutes of cardio and/or maybe more mobility work on your other day
Something like that. This just allows for adequate recovery and makes sure you're getting enough rest between resistance training bouts. Aerobic training you can do near daily, but resistance training typically needs a day off between the same muscle groups and High Intensity Cardio 5x a week will be way too much.
Otherwise you have to use crazy weird split resistance training routines, which are probably overkill at this point. Best to keep things as simple as possible.
It's just not the frequency of training that matters, you also have to consider volume and intensity among rest/recovery.