My entire life I have always done whatever I can to ensure that I am setting myself up for success. Over the past few months I have been training daily to begin taking Muay Thai classes, I want to impress my instructors and show them that I have the dedication needed to be taken serious by them and my school/organization. As I said previously, I have been training for months now and weigh 141 lbs at 7.0% body fat. The only problem is, I have not been training any Muay Thai skill sets, just cardio and weight lifting . The date I set for myself to begin taking Muay Thai classes is April 1st, and I do not want to go in the first day and feel like a complete virgin, that will be completely frustrating for me. I love asking questions, but I hate feeling self conscious due to my lack of knowledge in a specific area. So do any of you have some simple drills that will help me mentally connect what I am doing now, with my future formal Muay Thai training? How do you all feel about training 3/4 days a week with Muay Thai and 3/4 days a week in BJJ, would that be too much to comprehend at one time, or good for building a healthy well rounded platform? Thankfully I live in the Northern Virginia area, so I have a plethora of excellent schools and instructors to learn from. However, I don't want them to feel disrespected by my lack of preparation for my training. Any advice would be great to hear, like I said I am trying to take this all very seriously, so don't feel as if your replies will be unread, thanks in advance.