This is actually advice we’ve been sharing with coaches for many years, since “time” is always a precious commodity!
If you do not plan on completing your entire Volt workout in the weight room, it’s best to prioritize the work at the beginning of your workout. This is where most of the more dynamic compound exercises take place, which elicits the most significant performance adaptations. Also, the beginning of the workout includes exercises that are most likely to utilize medicine balls, barbells, and dumbbells.
So, if you can get through the first 3-5 exercises during the 30 minutes you have in the weight room, you can probably finish the rest of your workout outside of the weight room with bodyweight or band movements!