Though I only started 2 months ago, I've been taking Muay Thai, BJJ, and Judo regularly. MT 3-4/wk, BJJ 2-3/wk, and Judo 2/wk. What I've found so far is you definitely build a stronger interest/ability towards one discipline. For me it's MT; I can see myself being really good at it and it's the one I think about more then the others. But the advantages I see with taking all 3, is I could kind of see a harmonious connection that could be built by combining them.
Like said above, you don't want to overdue it either. I just faced that realization recently by dealing with some minor injuries that have forced me to take some days off. Even though its something I can train through, I'm not looking to turn something minor into something major.
I recommend going with the flow and with time you'll develop the direction you'll want to go in. Even with me taking all 3, you'd think I'm prepping to fight, but it's not the case. I just find interest in learning different disciplines and being well rounded.
Last edited by Bme26; 02-16-2013 at 02:25 PM.