One of the compact objects that are attractive for investigating their energy conditions is quark stars. The existence of radial and tangential pressure differences in quark stars can cause anisotropic effects on the stars. We focus on and examine the energy conditions of quark stars using the Einstein Field Equation Solution. The energy stability of an anisotropic quark star can be determined by evaluating the profile of the pressure and energy density of the star using the anisotropic EOS as an input. The used equation is the extended MIT Bag Model, which involves the constant B and interaction parameter a 4 and the corresponding parameters of anisotropic part. It is known that parameter a 4 affects the mass distribution of quark stars to be more anisotropic. This anisotropic pressure also affects the energy condition profile of the star. We find the energy state of an anisotropic quark star satisfies the energy state of an ideal fluid.