Depends which is more important to you. Lifting or combatives. Also are you so sore from one or the other that your performance in one affects the other.
prioritize according to what you esteem the most.
Also at least have a protein shake in the morning, if you can have some L-tyrosine or Power Drive with it.
If you have to train combatives IMMEDIATELY after lifting, I would have a shake of carbs (waxy maize probably) and BCAA’s (like 20-30grams) after your lifting session just to keep my blood saturated with muscle building essentials. And THEN have your large post workout protein shake and meal at the end the final training session.
If you can train in the A.M. try to be awake at least 2-3 (best if 4 I believe) hours before hand. It’s hard to motivate your body to move after you just get out of bed. It’s entirely possible but not exactly optimal. You can have some caffeine b4 hand but you’ll eventually reach a point of diminishing returns where you’re nervous system is so used to be revv’d up b4 lifting that you can’t hype yourself up to lift without caffeine. It’s a physical response that can be detoxed but most of the damage will come psychologically. you’re used to a feeling gained from caffine… kinda like a coke-fiend.
So not the best idea often times.
Also since that is going to be like maybe 3 hrs of training a good electrolyte supplement would be in the order to keep you hydrated and from cramping. www.Traceminerals.com has a large selection of shit and its pretty reasonable. Be sure to stay really fucking hydrated while you’re training.
if at all possible, i’d separate the sessions though by at least 5hrs. and get a nap in between. get ear plugs, an eye shade, really comfortable, lay down for 20-30min even if you don’t fall asleep just get used to shutting down for a bit.