I like this workout areas, it tests athletes capacity in a few different ways very well, pending the ability level and how you approach it.
First, you can look at it as a burpee efficiency/capacity workout. This would only be the case though if you were to be using the Cindy portion of the workout as your “recovery”. This workout would be great for burpee capacity because the combination of push ups one minute then burpees the next would tax your horizontal pushing muscles a lot. Forcing you to use an efficient technique to be able to complete them all.
Second, if you are a less advanced athlete to where the Cindy portion of the workout would not be a rest. The challenge would then become completing that every round and not spiking your heart rate to much during the burpees (however many you choose to do). Keeping your heart rate low during the burpee will be important for being able to keep up your cycle rate to finish all 30 reps of Cindy every minute