Hey all. First, thanks to all the honest and helpful posters on this forum. I've learned a ton in a short time. Now for my question.... I train BJJ 2 times per week, 3 if I'm lucky. Generally, rolling leaves me tired so I don't do anything else on those days. So, it leaves me 3-4 "open" days per week for other stuff. I like to have 1 day off per week. I don't have a lot of time (maybe 1 to 1.5 hours per day). Not surprisingly, it seems the more I do strength, the worse my endurance/cardio becomes, and vice versa. I suppose I could do two full workouts in one day, but I just don't have the time to spend (work, family, etc.) and honestly, I think I'd just get burned out. So how would you create your program given my situation? I figure there are three perspectives I've read about in various sources: 1. Already doing BJJ, so just do max strength to complement 2. BJJ is more about technique, so work cardio/endurance 3. Somehow combine or switch off between max strength and cardio/endurance? I was thinking about maybe like a circuit program with dumbells or a not-so-heavy barbell, but that kind of feels like a tweener that would be a water-down version of both. What do you think?