So my gym kicked up the training sessions and I'm still doing some fitness stuff. Here is how I want my schedule to look (realistically, I'm going to end up dropping 1 or 2 sessions per week because it's tough). So I'm really just looking for thoughts on volume, the potential to burn out. I was actually considering splitting up my workouts differently and homogenizing them, something like: Routine 1: Oly lift Leg lift Bar complexes Routine 2: Push lift pull lift intervals As you may well guess, my main issue right now is recovery. I tend to get pretty fatigued towards the end of the week. Hell, I tend to get pretty fatigued every day when I hit the weights and then go straight to MA practice. I'm trying to up my sleep as much as possible. Trying to get 9 hours a night but it doesn't always work out like that. The only supplements I take are fish oil and a multivitamin. I'm considering starting to take creatine and my strength coach agreed that might be a good idea. I'm kinda putting together ideas before I really present things to my strength coach. It looks like this is going to be the new face of my routine from here on out. The most valuable fitness training for me is the conditioning. The weights are great but I find the conditioning to be much more valuable to my MA training. Should I be thinking about taking some stuff out of my schedule? It is a lot of stuff to get done every week.