Over 200 gold medals for Infinity Martial Arts

Despite the challenges of 2020, Infinity Martial Arts has taken home over 200 gold medals across the year.

“We are so proud of every person who steps out onto the mats to compete. It is no easy task,” said Simone Todd, General Manager at Infinity Martial Arts.

“The awards mean a great deal to us as we started out as just one small club on the Sunshine Coast. We have continued to build our skills and develop our students to the point where we now have 10 academies in QLD and some of the top rated athletes.”

Switching to online training during the COVID-19 lockdowns, Infinity members were able to tune in daily and continue to learn and practise from the safety of their homes.

“We taught them how to use the objects laying around at home to make training dummies and just do the best with what they had,” Simone explained.

“When restrictions began to ease and we resumed classes back inside, we started out with non-contact classes to rebuild fitness and focus on fundamental movements, before then moving back into full contact classes as restrictions eased further.”

And what does 2021 have in store?

“We hope to continue to grow and expand our academies, with a focus on our people. We believe that our members are the most important aspect of what we do! We are one big family at the end of the day!”

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