I have always loved to strike, and recently taken up muay thai and boxing as a side dish to BJJ. I have chronic illness (lupus) and nearly 3 months out of chemo and radio therapy for another illness (breast cancer) and i want to get as strong and fit as my body will allow me so that i'll be in good shape if and when i get sick again... i was in reasonable shape when i got the breast cancer diagnosis 2016 and as a consequence bounced back much quicker and better than most others treated for cancer. So my first point is, i'm not going to tone it down. I will try to start slow but will challenge myself so that i can get stronger and fitter. i know i will get really tired and worn out but im gona push myself so i become a super version of myself... second point is that the new place has a ton of all classes i wana do. but it doesnt hav the amazing professor in it. third and final point is that i wana do muay thai (boxing is so i can get good at muay thai as i am better at kicking than punching), and try wrestling, and do bjj... plus i have my weight training on top of all this... so its not going to be possible to do all 4 things... or at least be good at all 4. My dilemma is not knowing what i should do and not knowing if i shld just stick with the amazing professor who is nice to me... i really enjoy bjj as well as muay thai. punching and kicking is more for my mental health benefits. the bjj i really wana get good at. wrestling i havent tried (will try 2 days from this post), and 2 days from now i will know what the bjj teachers are like at the new place... I started BJJ a couple of months ago and loved it. The school i chose has an amazing professor. But they don't have muay thai. This other place has qualified teachers (not as high ranking as the amazing professor) for Bjj, but they have boxing and muay thai and even wrestling, which i wanted to take up. I really don't want to pay for double membership... but am very reluctant to leave the amazing professor because he's been very good to me and he's really nice. This other place I signed up for a 1 month trial and so far i really like all the classes. theres so many to choose from. MMA, boxing, muay thai, Gi/no gi bjj, wrestling, functional strength, intro on all these classes (shorter easier lessons), fundamentals for bjj and open mat time, etc. My first bjj school with the A.P (amazing professor) has only bjj and judo. i like the fact that there's alot of stepping stones at the new place so i can work my way up to the next level... and most ppl there are quite friendly to outsiders. the place with A.P is also very friendly and welcoming, but there is a feeling of walking into an existing established family... I will know within 2 weeks what i will do... but in the meanwhile please let me know if u have ANY tips for me or experiences to share with me about what you just read. Thank you so much for your attention!!