Hey so iv been approached by a boxing trainer in Deptford. He can give me one on ones at an affordable rate cos he says he sees potential in me. I would be training one hour every day 5 days a week exclusively boxing. In addition to doing muay thai in the evenings 4 times a week. So I would be doing some bag or padwork with a partner in the morning and a run, then boxing in afternoon for an hour then a muay thai class in the evening about 4 days a week. Will they get in the way of each other or will they complement each other? Boxing for punching, muay thai for kicking. Iv done some research on the matter and it seams like dutch kickboxing is a hybrid between muay thai and boxing. Iv also heard that western muay thai uses more hands than traditional muay thai. Probably duo to the fact you cant elbow people from your first fight. I asked this question about karate before and people told me to stick to one striking art and one grappling art but iv been offered cheap privates in boxing, which im thinking of taking to improve my hand strikes but don't want to mess up my kickboxing.