I have some goals to fullfill. In order to do that I want to get more discipline. To do that, I will submit my body and my mind to my will. I actually study, read, and work a lot, but I want to show my body who's boss. So I started training Kung Fu one week ago, since then training daily. My schedule: 30 minutes of training Monday to Friday covering stretching (especially this, as it causes pain), endurance (this too so that my body gets used to extreme levels of stress), balance, strength and speed and I meditate a bit. So it is 30-40 minutes every mid week day plus whatever I do when I want to (since I started training I can not stop moving, I even stretch in classroom, everywhere everytime I can I stretch, run, practice balance...) Plus weekends I do some extreme training which consists of: Saturdays: 15 minutes of moderate level stretching 15 minutes of moderate level balance 20 minutes of endurance (all kinds of exercises) 15 minutes of strength 15 minutes of speed training 30 minutes of combat training 10 minutes of meditation for a total of 2 hours of Kung Fu without almost any time to even stop and breathe Then I do one hour of krav maga movements either alone or with friends, then shower and daily tasks Then at 16h I do 2 hours of parkour, when I climb, run, jump, practice acrobatics etc with friends Sunday: 15 minutes of stretching 15 minutes of balance 30 minutes of endurance 20 minutes of strength 20 minutes of speed 1 hour of combat movements 20 minutes of meditation (I do some meditation daily too but I dont count that as training) for a total of 3 hours of kung fu sundays Then 1 hour 30 minutes of krav maga either with friends or alone I would sometimes switch from krav maga to karate or from kung fu to karate or parkour to karate Note that I do speed, endurance.... daily but I only train combat moves of these three martial arts for a total of 6 hours a week (counting parkour hours, which count as acrobatics agility and movement training) Plus many many hours of stretching strength training etc weekly Do you think in 10 years (2027) I will have a good level of hability of the three martial arts (kung fu, karate and krav maga)? I have some motives for doing those three artial arts but I wont explain yet I have been following this training for one week and I feel great, not an apex of tiredness. Also note that I once took 8 months of daily training to gain muscular mass so I just a bit used to daily sport, I don't think my will will get broken Also note that in vacations and If I finish school I will have more time to train daily all habilities and skills needed for mastering these martial arts so think that in summer I will be sweating even more then now I am totally determine to doing this for all my life, imagine me being 60 and stretching like this Remember this is not for compiting but for health, gaining discipline and learning to defend myself and my loved ones So what do you think? Good at Martial Arts in 2027 or not?