When looking to learn the art of Taekwondo a good coach makes all the difference. Coaches with genuine passion for what they teach are essential for encouraging you to reach your full potential and for passing on all the necessary skills needed for your success.
These are 3 of the best Taekwondo coaches in the US that can help you achieve your goals and start your journey to Taekwondo success.
3 Best Taekwondo Coaches in the US
#1 Haley Creighton
Haley Creighton is a young Taekwondo star who has achieved a great deal in her young life. At 5 years old she began her journey and became a black belt (3rd dan/ 3rd degree) in Taekwondo at US Taekwondo in Waltham Massachusetts. After winning gold at the 2019 US Nationals, she turned he attention to coaching.
In 2020 she became a Team USA certified associate coach for USA Taekwondo. She now coaches many youths in USA Taekwondo competitions and helps them to refine their skills and give them the attributes necessary to become champions in their own right.
#2 Christina Bayley
Christina Bayley is well known for her coaching successes in the Taekwondo community. From 2004 to 2018 she was USA Taekwondo Assistant National Coach. In 2013 she was the first female to receive the USA Taekwondo coach of the year award for her excellence.
She has trained countless notable Taekwondo champions and continues to share her love of the sport with all those she coaches.
#3 Evan Henry
Evan Henry began learning Taekwondo when he was 11 years old, training under Grandmaster Kyong H. Kim. He is a W.T.F 4th degree black belt and now assists Grandmaster Kyong H. Kim in training future Taekwondo champions.
As the winner of many gold, silver and bronze medals in the Atlantic Open, New York Open and Regional Championships, he has worked hard to get where he is and now takes pride in sharing his expert knowledge with others.
Cameron Dickerson is a seasoned journalist with nearly 10 years experience. While studying journalism at the University of Missouri, Cameron found a passion for finding engaging stories. As a contributor to Kev’s Best, Cameron mostly covers state and national developments.