Ok, im 16 years old been doing BJJ for 2 years and im a blue belt. I really wanna join the High School Wrestling team. But my dad said that I couldnt join because it was either BJJ or Wrestling and that I cant do both. Yes, I realize that by joining the wrestling team, its only going to help my BJJ, my takedowns, and my base. But, I love BJJ too much to leave it and do something else. Im very committed to my school and I also help teach the kids classes. I cant leave my BJJ. So, theres this Judo academy right next store to my BJJ school. And I really want to join. I went up and asked my mom about crosstraining in both Judo and BJJ. Like BJJ Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and Judo Tuesday and Thursday. And she said that if it was going to happen, then it will probably happen after the 2005 year, which is like a half hour from now. I look at world class BJJ player like Ronoldo "Jacare'" Souza (He's my idol) and he has GREAT Judo takedowns. And if I were to train BJJ and Judo, by the time im 21, I think I would have one of the most open and dominant games out there. Ok, now, heres the question: If I actually were to crosstrain in BJJ and Judo, by the time I turn 21 which is in 5 years, would I be able to pick up wrestling more naturally and be able to get on a decent, if not high level of wrestling takedowns in about a year of wrestling after Ive actively crosstrained in BJJ and Judo? Answers, opinions, words of advice would be REALLY REALLY appreciated. Thanks guys.