Use a smart bro gap
Look man, Bro-Splits are king. And I consider things like upper body / lower body as breeding slits. Anything outside of the whole body workout in a single session is essentially a split. And there is a bro-splits rule for anyone who has completed the beginner phase and wants to maximize development.
However, if you can only train for 30 minutes per pop, you should focus on one or at most two muscle groups within that workout. How you decide to do it is up to you. First, think about how many days you can work out and then organize your workout.
Here are some templates that you can work with, depending on how many days of training you have per week:
3 Days a Week [19659006Day1: Quads and Hamstrings
Okay, on Day 3 you basically see three body parts, but you can do brutal work for the biceps in 3 minutes. Do not Think So Try 100 repetitions of Barbell Curls.
4 days a week
- Day 1: Quads
- Day 2: Breast
- Day 3: Back and hamstrings
- Day 4: Arms  19659008] Note that on day 3, hamstrings with back work are present. This means the legs will still have to work twice this week. But you can consolidate the back and Achilles tendon work to save time too, and we'll treat it to some extent.
5 Days A Week
- Day 1: Quads and Hams
- Day 2:  Back
- Day 3: Chest
- Day 4: Shoulders  Day 5: arms
Notice the sequencing of body parts here? We start with our legs, probably the hardest day of the week. In addition, Day 1 is often on a Monday, the International Breast Day. You should have the leg machines and squat rack all to yourself.
The other part of sequencing is that you may get a little tired as the week progresses. In the first two days you will switch off the two largest areas. From there you only crash chest, shoulders and arms. If you have properly set up your breast day, you can keep working days 4 and 5 to a minimum.
How? Emphasize the progressive overload on breast day. Engage in selected composite lifts for both PR and main work. Then use the shoulder and arm days as metabolic stress days. Just use the ultra-high repetitive work with single-joint movements. This could also serve as a restorative stimulus through the hard and heavy pressing of the breast and bring about a local recovery.
Maximum mass, minimum time
30 minutes to the fair