Like father like son!
It seems like Japoy Lizardo, who is presently the head coach of the Philippine national taekwondo team, is already grooming his two-month-old son Jace Alonzo to become a champion in the popular Korean martial art.
On Instagram, he puts out a photo of his baby clad in a custom-made taekwando uniform onesie.
The new dad captions, “My future world and olympic champion ready to fight!”
For the first pictorial of his family, Japoy, his wife Janice, who is a two-time Southeast Asian Games gold medalist in poomsae taekwondo, and Baby Jace all wear their black belts and Team Philippines uniforms.
Janice's caption reads, “The family that kicks together stays together."
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Born on February 24, Baby Jace has a lot to live up to with both of his parents known to be top Taekwando athletes.
But it looks like Japoy is not going to pressure his boy to follow in his parents’ footsteps.
For now, Japoy simply looks forward to what the future holds for Baby Jace.
In an Instagram post, the 30-year-old dad writes: “What will he be when he grows up? A model/actor? A professional basketball player? Or A Taekwondo champion?”