Hey guys, so I've been doing the Starting Strength program for some months now. So far, in terms of my overall progress, I have been making very significant progress in all of the main lifts (except for the bench press for some reason). Also, I have been concurrently training in my martial art, called Hapkido, which pretty trains my entire body.
Though, the problem I've been having recently is that my martial arts training seems to be compromising my strength training to a degree. For example, just two days ago I did a Starting Strength lifting session, and the day before that I did a martial arts workout. During that weight training session, I ended up missing on all of my sets on all of my main lifts. I attributed this to be that most of my muscles throughout my body, especially my back and core muscles were already fatigued and sore to begin with from having taken that Hapkido class the day before.
In fact, when I was deadlifting 345 lbs. on that day I was so close to completing five solid reps that on the 5th rep I was able to get the bar to pass up right above my knees, but ultimately I failed to lockout or finish that last rep. Usually each of the workouts during each Hapkido class I go to are very cardio intensive and last about 30-45 min. per session.
Additionally, I typically go to my martial arts class twice a week. Therefore, because the Starting Strength program has me weightlifting every other day, for three times a week, I find it difficult for me to optimally schedule both my weightlifting and martial arts training sessions for each week. How can I rearrange my workouts sessions better?