The other day I went to an introductory Gung Fu class. Although it turned out to be more about personal training then about the martial art itself (long story). So yeah I was at Karate training, still pretty messed up physically from the night before (karate was the very next day) and all my joints were in amazing agony. Of course, that night, we had to run through sparring. Nearly every block that was put up against me caused AMAZING hurty pains. I ended up having to explain the readon that I was so weak was because I took the Kung Fu class. After the Karate lesson, sensai politely advised me not to seek out tutoring in other styles before I get my Black Belt, saying that its easy to get confused between training. And really, its true. Even in like the 2 minutes of form work we did in the Gung Fu class, I found myself using Karate stances. But since I joined Karate I've wanted to take up several different styles, and I'm already 19, looking to move out and get a job and everything. By the time I get my Black belt, I'll be 21. When the hell am I going to have the time to wait for all those years to take up the Martial Arts I want to do, if not all at once? How do you guys that train in several different styles at once do it and make it seem so easy?