No, you shouldn't. You have not been in the gym for a long time, so too much load will negatively affect your health and well-being. In addition, muscles need time to recover, so it is better to go to the gym every other day.
You did not specify whether you want to lose weight or gain weight, so I will write down two options.
If you are losing weight in gym, then for the first 2-3 weeks go there 3 times a week. Pay special attention to warm-up, warming up the muscles, do all exercises with minimal weights or even with your own weight so as not to get injured. Do cardio after strength, it is better for a short time - you need to "get involved" in classes again.
After that, you can go to the gym more often: do circular workouts 3 times a week and devote 1-2 days to cardio. Cardio already needs to be done for a long time - 40-50 minutes (gradually bring it to an hour).
If you want to gain weight, then 3 strength training per week is enough for you, cardio will only burn the weight. You shouldn't do strength exercises more often - muscles do not have time to recover so quickly.
I suppose that for the first week or two it is still worth walking every other day, and you should give all your best on these workouts no more than 40-50% for no more than 40 minutes. And then, if there is an opportunity, you can train every day ( but weekends every 3-4 days should also be present ), however, it is advisable to shorten the duration to 30 minutes (excluding warm-up). The intensity increases gradually and the higher it gets, the shorter the workout should be (namely the strength part).
Let's say you have been exercising for a month already, have reached your previous training level and have been exercising at high intensity, but heavy training should not be carried out for long and frequent o . Provided you train every day, it is advisable to be in the gym for no more than an hour, or even 40 minutes. Approximate plan for your workout:
5-10 minutes of cardio warm-up
5-10 minutes of joint warm-up
5-10 minutes of warm-up sets
about 20 minutes to do working strength sets
5-10 minutes cool down then / or stretch.
This may seem too little for you, but believe me , you can do your best in 5 minutes that then you will need to rest and recover for a couple of weeks (Mike Mentzer's super training).
When compiling a program, there are a huge number of different parameters, as well as personal physiological characteristics. For this example, time limits with frequent training will save you 90% from overtraining. In general, train smartly and listen to your body's signals.
In general, I don't think it's worth going every day. If only purely for a high. And so normal hard training no more than 3 times a week. Something like this