When asked who they wanted as the Martial Artist of the Month for June, Coaches Sean and Phillipe both said the same thing: Takia.
Takia Winrow is fresh off of a great performance at a local
In May, Takia competed in the Kakuto Challenge Brazilian
Head Brazilian Jiu Jitsu andMMA Coach Phillipe Gentry had this to say about Takia:
Takia is a joy to have in class. You can tell that she really enjoys the journey; the training, the sweat, the improvement, and the results. She doesn’t belt chase (just training to move up to the next belt level), which I like. Every training session should be an experience and you can tell that she is having a good time.
Takia isn’t the only coach who loves having her in class. Coach Sean Coleman was Takia’s first
In the beginning I think she startd training because her husband and kid were doing jiu jitsu, but after a few classes it was clear that she was all about it!
She’s just like Ayana (her daughter); she is super tough. She’ll come back, class after class, and just keeps getting better. It’s easy to quit when you’re smaller and less experienced than a lot of the guys, but she enjoys the process. That’s how it’s supposed to be.
There is no doubt that Takia has big things in her future. She is the kind of student that makes