Our Black Belt of the month is Tyler Tabil who has the honor of being a member of Team USA. Quiet and unassuming, you would never guess that this young man can be explosive and fierce in the ring.
Ms. Maria Kaiser, our Black Belt of the month, is not just a fierce competitor, but a nurturing mentor, a wonderful mother, with a warm and kind heart for everyone. She inspires her juniors, and women of all ages.
Our August Black Belt of the Month, Ross Moore, is that impactful young man of 8 years ago, still growing and becoming to be the responsible young man that all parents wish for and all mentors take pride of.
The spirit of a competitor cannot be gauged by age, height or size, and our July Black Belt of the Month, Jenicole Enage, is a perfect example of why we should not measure an athlete’s potential based on the angelic smile beaming from the face of a child.
Our June Black Belt of the Month, Ena Ysabella Arroyo, is tough, fearless and devastating as a kyorugi competitor (and to a taekwondo layperson… that means “sparring”). And as masterful as she is with her hands and feet when competing, you’ll find out that her fingers can also gracefully create symphonies!
You may call our May Black Belt of the Month, a veteran in Taekwondo. Ella Kang started at Quest as a very cute 5-year old but with such persistence and enthusiasm, that she has proven herself very deserving of this honor.