Hey there, I'm currently training in the Bujinkan and also Cuong Nhu. So far, since picking up the second art, I've only noticed positive improvements in my taijutsu in both arts. Cuong Nhu focuses mainly on atemiwaza (but also some soft-style things), while my Bujinkan training is a unique mix of striking, throwing, and take-downs. There is Japanese Jujutsu that is offered, and was created by the head of my Cuong Nhu dojo that I am interested in. I realize that the Bujinkan trains in jutaijutsu and that the arts are similar. However, I'm hoping that the Japanese Jujutsu will focus more on grappling and groundwork. I'm in good shape, and train everyday but would training in three arts at once be too extreme? To anyone that has experience or knowledge in jujutsu and jutaijutsu, would I be learning the same basic techniques? Would it be redundant to add jujutsu? It is only offered once a week. Thanks!