Are these formal classes or informal training sessions?
What days are you training? You definitely need to fit in another day of S&C, one isn’t going to cut it.
The Thai Boxing lessons are private and semi-private training. As for Judo, it is in a class setting (lots of randori, newazi, and drilling).
Since I am a LEO, my schedule is all over the place because my schedule rotates every week and I work night shifts. For instance, this week I have Saturday, Sunday, and Monday off. Next week I have Sunday and Monday off. And the following week, I have Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday off.
As for which days I am training, it depends on my work schedule. I usually get in 2 days of Thai Boxing and 1-2 days of Judo and 1 day of 5/3/1 strength training.
I am going to add another lifting day, so it will look like this:
Pullups 3 x 10
Rows 3 x 10
Ideally, this is what this week will look like, but, it all depends on what happens at work:
Monday - Thai Boxing
Tuesday - Deadlifts/Press and accessory work (neck and grip)
Wednesday - Judo (I am working an early morning shift, so, I can make the evening class)
Thursday - Off
Friday - Squats/Bench and accessory work (neck and grip)
Saturday - Judo
Sunday - Thai Boxing[/quote]
The key thing here is to be adaptable over all else. I’m a reporter, so my schedule is consistently odd and the hours vary.
Most times, my schedule is like this:
Monday: Lower body 5/3/1
Thursday: Light Boxing + Roadwork
Saturday: Upper body lift 5/3/1
Sometimes though I go to boxing on Mondays when I can, so then I lift lower body Tuesday, take Weds or Thurs off, and continue from there. Other times I change all of it around if I have something to do on Friday night, or Saturday - those days, I might box on Weds and Thurs, then lift Friday.
You do what you have to to get where you want to be.
Also, I do 5/3/1 twice a week, but only one lift. So instead of a three-week-on, one-week deload cycle, I do it over six weeks and rarely deload. It works well for me. You can see the rest in my log, which I know you’re already aware of.