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Welcome to the newest location of Infinity Martial Arts, now open in Stafford Heights!
Embark on this transformative journey with us today and uncover the myriad benefits of training at Infinity Martial Arts. Whether your goal is self-defense mastery, physical fitness, or simply trying something new, we offer a program tailored to your needs. Don’t wait; get in touch with us now to schedule your first class and join the Infinity family!
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Meet the Team
Carlos Hunter Jnr
Meet Carlos, your BJJ black belt and Head Instructor! With a passion for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu that ignited at the age of 13 in his native Brazil, Carlos devoted a significant part of his youth to the art, amassing an impressive record with titles like 1x Brazilian Champion, 4x state champion, and a remarkable 3rd place finish in the world championship.Life led him down a different path as he ventured into a legal career, but deep down, Carlos has always been an athlete at heart. Five years ago, he decided to follow his true calling and relocated to Australia to pursue his love for sports as a profession.But Carlos is not just a BJJ expert; he’s also a Nutritionist, fitness trainer, and bodybuilder. His specialization in sports nutrition means he can craft a personalized nutrition and weight training program to enhance your performance, health, and aesthetics.
Carlos finds immense joy in sharing his knowledge and helping individuals of all ages and physical abilities reach their fullest potential. With him as your guide, you’ll have the opportunity to grow, improve, and become the best version of yourself, regardless of your age or physical limitations. Join Carlos on this incredible journey to a healthier, more capable you!
Jeff started training BJJ in 2017 after a lifelong dedication to martial arts that began when he was just 6 years old. He competes and regularly travels the world seeking out knowledge in the impossible pursuit of perfection. He relishes the opportunity to pass this knowledge on and watch people grow and become the best they can be despite their age or physical limitations.
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How many times a week should a beginner do BJJ?
Depending on how well you recover from training and physical exercise, 2-3 times a week is great. 2 a week consistently suits most people, any more is a bonus but just be aware of how far you push yourself with any new form of exercise.
Is 45 too old for BJJ?
45 is not too old for BJJ. Jiu Jistu is a very technical sport with lots of emphasis on using technique to take athleticism away from your opponents. At 45 you may not be as fast, strong or fit as a 25 year old but the whole point of BJJ is to learn how to defend yourself against and beat more athletic opponents. Bjj is a sport that commonly has 60+ year olds training despite it being a very physical and tough sport. As goes with any form of tough exercise, caution should be taken to recover properly and not push yourself to the point of injury.
Is training Jiu-Jitsu 3 days a week enough?
It depends on your goals but for most who want to become competent in this sport, and aren’t discouraged by hard work, consistently training three sessions a week is enough.
Is BJJ hard for beginners?
BJJ has a move set that is very unique to the sport. Unlike other sports, we do most of our movements whilst prone on the ground, therefore the movements seem very unusual, at first, even for people experienced in other sports. Don’t worry though, everyone starts as a beginner, and you should only find encouragement and help in reputable BJJ gyms. It doesn’t take too long to get the grasp of the fundamental, unique movements of this sport.
Does Jiu-Jitsu get you in shape?
BJJ is a very physically demanding sport. You use your whole body in explosive movements, often moving someone else’s body weight as well as your own. We’re able to spar hard in BJJ every day too, unlike say for example in boxing where you need to avoid taking too many shots to the head in sparring. In Jiu Jitsu we tap when caught in a submission and injury is avoided so we can train hard often which leads to great physical condition. Bjj will increase your strength, explosive power, cardiovascular health and your flexibility. It is also great for your mental fitness.