Adrienne Holguin tells this inspirational testimony about how PUSH Fitness makes her a champion. She is a state champion wrestler from Hanks High School as she explained her struggles and how PUSH helped her to be a better person. She explained how people were always downing her until her father told her that she can do anything. Through the hard work that she went through from her wrestling tournaments and training with her father, she suffered from a back injury and decided to join PUSH Fitness. With help from Mike and the trainers at PUSH Fitness, Adrienne Holguin went through the hard training but with PUSH, the workouts were designed specifically for her and her injury. PUSH Fitness can help a person through the various workouts they have to offer and can accommodate to the person’s injuries. Everyone that comes to PUSH is treated like a family and is supported through thick and thin. Adrienne explains how she is grateful for the friendly atmosphere that PUSH had and thanked Daniel Alvarado and his team for pushing her to become the best. She mentions how everyone who enters PUSH has to put in the work in order to strive like a champion. PUSH will actually talk with individuals who have a goal in mind and they will help them get to their goal through hard work and determination. She also mentions how PUSH makes workouts enjoyable for anyone who is starting out and that anyone can do anything if they set their minds to achieve their goals. By utilizing PUSH Fitness into her daily lifestyle, she can conquer the wrestling world as a champion with the PUSH trainers and her family behind her to make sure that her journey is on the right path for a champion but also in life.
[00:00:19] My name is Adrienne Holguin, I wrestled for Hanks High School. I am a two-time state champion for the weight class 148.
[00:00:31] Going into my freshman year, it was pretty rough. I’ve had people say, like, you’re going to be the first one to go all four years. You’re going to be a state champion right out of the bag. And then you’ve had those that doubt and say, you know don’t get your hopes up.
[00:00:53] It’s okay to get second. But it wasn’t until my dad told me to forget what people say, like you do what you need to do. There’s nobody else who’s going do it for you. And he was the one that would wake up with me early in the morning to train. I’d be pushing the van, pushing tires. When I came out victorious, you know it was amazing. I felt really proud of myself and I was really thankful for my dad to be there with me. Sophomore year came, and one of my ex captains told me, you know if you lose, like everyone is going to know and everyone going to tell you.
[00:01:42] And it was stressful.
[00:01:46] When my dad told me the same thing and he would put me into gyms. He had me training on Sunday mornings after tournaments telling me, like, you know, like you to put in your work. I can only take you so far. I can only help you. It’s all up to you.
[00:02:13] Going into my Junior year in the summer, I had back problems.
[00:02:20] I was on injury for a while. I was out for three months. My back hurts so much that when I sneezed, I couldn’t feel the left side of my leg. When my dad put me into PUSH. You know, the training was harsh. It’s hard. It’s so frustrating that you want to cry.
[00:02:40] But the trainers help you get through it. They get stronger, they help you with that injury, like they accommodate with what you can do and they push you a little bit more so you can go further. Mike’s helped me a lot. He’s helped me with my back. And he always asked too if my back’s okay, if anything is sore. It’s really like you build a relationship with your trainer. Mike’s come out and watch me wrestle. He’s asked me when I am going to wrestle next and he’s already going to get a sweatshirt from Hanks.
[00:03:25] I would really recommend people to come to PUSH because it’s not just another gym. You come here. The atmosphere is just so friendly that when you look at somebody, you just smile. Mind you, if you’re coming in really early in the morning, they don’t want you are kind of obligated to they don’t want to be there either in the morning.
[00:03:52] But the trainers here help make it fun, they make it more enjoyable. They don’t yell at you. They tell you like you need to keep going, keep pushing. One more rep, one more set. And it hurts, it’s hard work, it really is, but PUSH will get you to your vision.
[00:04:15] Everybody wants to be a champion, but nobody wants to do the hard work that champions do.
[00:04:32] And it takes three things to for a champion to be a champion. Dedication, Determination, and Discipline. And if you don’t have that, then you need to work harder for it.