Right now I am training MT with a background in boxing. The gym I train at also has grappling, basically no gi aimed at MMA, though our guys have generally done very well in grappling-only tournaments here in Florida. I would like to train, though there are two issues, one of which I want to ask you grappling guys about. I have never trained in this before, just MT and boxing. As my class schedule stands now, and probably next semester, I can only really train grappling twice a week; thursdays from 7-9PM and saturdays from 1:30-3:30PM. I am already training in striking on monday, wednesday, friday, and saturday mornings from 11AM-1PM. The reason I can only train at these weird times is because of my class schedule, which I cannot change. Do you guys think that I, as a person with no experience, will be able to pick up grappling well only attending two classes a week? This semester is half over, and semesters are 16 weeks, so that means that for the next 24 weeks (I guess about six months) if I were to start grappling it would only be twice a week. Now, my question here is not whether or not it is worth it; of course it is. Even one day a week would be better than no grappling at all. What I am asking is, do you guys think that by the end of this six months (assuming I start grappling this upcoming week) I would gain any level of proficiency? The second issue, which is why I haven't started grappling so far, is money. Not really any questions to ask there.