So having been off cycling for a few months I am starting a new job in Feb and will be cycling 20 miles a day (works out at just under 2 hours a day cycling) I also want to do P90X (not the cardio ones though) which probably works out at about 45mins every other day during the week and will do one cardio thing at the weekend with one rest day. Also want to do a martial art one night a week.
Obviously won't be jumping into this right away, will start with cycling and then add the rest slowly.
My question is "is this too much"?
(I am 23 and in good health and am generally fairly fit).
That's 15-20 hours a week. Some amateur racers do that, albeit not all year round. But they're also riding harder for much of that than you would be.
It's probably not too much once you are used to it. But that may take a while. You'll probably need to take a break (1 day to 1 week) when you get too fatigued. You'll also want to arrange your schedule so that you're fresh for some things, perhaps the martial arts practice.
once you start working full time, you'll find your spare time limited, especially if you like to hang out with your friends,dating and all that other 23yr. old stuff. Don't do more than you enjoy doing, because it will begin to feel like work,and you may be inclined to quit.