Hello all. My work schedule is changing and I will soon be able to essentially train almost every day. I'm going to a standard 9-5 tuesday-Saturday which will allow me to train everyday except saturday. I currently strength train on a 3 day split usually tuesday- thursday ( Bodybuilding.com program lee labrada 12 week plan ) Schedule only allows for me to make it to jiujitsu for an actual class twice a week. ( 3 with a sunday night judo class.) My new schedule allows for training in either judo, thai, or BJJ almost everyday depending on what class is offered. I want to take advantage of what works best for my goals. My goals are to compete in BJJ and judo at least 6 comps a year, and 3 MMA fights within the next 2 years. I'm currently 25 and want to make a run for big comps before the 30's are on there way. So my questions are: 1.) What can I expect to come from training so often so much. Did anyone who began a daily training regiment notice any specific differences. How did your body feel. 2.) Will I get weaker? I currently don't know what to do about my strength training. I want to keep getting stronger, as well as go down to middlweight. ( currently a heavyweight). I haven't seen much advice in the way of strength training for jits other than yoga, and to "do more bjj". 3.) Any negatives that you believe will begin to show? My job is a desk job. So the training would be: Sunday ( no work ): judo class. Monday( no work ) :BJJ class. Tuesday( evening :Muay thai, and bjj with strikes.) Wednesday( nogi): .Thursday(thai): .Friday(BJJ ): .Saturday ( rest ) As I mentioned I don't really know how to incorporate a BJJ strength training program, or how much/often I should do it with everything else considered. Please provide any input you feel is necessary.