GWriter saidOk, so my first reply was a little harsh. (Too many guys ask a bunch of silly questions because they just want to the delay the hard work of actually going to the gym and breaking a sweat!)]
I looked at the Chris Evans workout and it has at least one major flaw. Working your legs on day 2, and then hitting legs again two days later is ridiculous.
A. If your workout was intense, your legs will be extremely sore and it's very hard to effectively work a muscle group that is sore.
B. They are sore because the hypertrophy process is still underway and it would be counterproductive to interfere with by training legs again so soon.
Btw, every good periodization scheme should include squats and deadlifts, which must be done correctly. Fortunately, there are good video instructions.
Working out a muscle group more frequently will prevent soreness. Certain routines like starting strength and I think strongman 5x5 have you hitting legs 3 times a week.
That's only true for low-rep schemes. Olympic and power lifters will train the same lift for days in a row, but they are only doing double and triples.
Rippetoe (who is good on technique, but loathes bodybuilding and bodybuilders) only wants to train people for strength, so he advocates 5 reps max. With that, you can train more often. Most guys here are into gaining muscle size (including, I assume, the OP). You need higher reps for that, which leads to more soreness, which requires more rest in between workouts.