21 min

Life of a Lifer - Wrong to Strong, J.C. Alamanza Life of a Lifer

    • Self-Improvement

Taylor speaks to J.C. Almanza of the fitness program Wrong to Strong. J.C. is also a popular YouTuber with over 22 thousand subscribers, telling stories of his life experiences.

J.C. grew up in Southside Chicago becoming involved in gang activity at a young age. He went on to work for the cartel. J.C. ended up spending four years in a Mexican prison. After his release, he went on to continue a life of criminal activity and ended up in and out of prison. It was during one of his times in prison he became involved with a program led by a man that helped him see he wasn't living his life the way he should.

JC changed his life and founded “Wrong to Strong” a fitness program that helps people change both physically and mentally. He is in the works of creating a non-profit for people coming out of prison to help them become physical trainers and mentor them, helping them to live their best possible life.

This is a really cool interview you don’t want to miss. They discuss different topics related to prison and touch base on how important the power of staying positive is.


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Taylor speaks to J.C. Almanza of the fitness program Wrong to Strong. J.C. is also a popular YouTuber with over 22 thousand subscribers, telling stories of his life experiences.

J.C. grew up in Southside Chicago becoming involved in gang activity at a young age. He went on to work for the cartel. J.C. ended up spending four years in a Mexican prison. After his release, he went on to continue a life of criminal activity and ended up in and out of prison. It was during one of his times in prison he became involved with a program led by a man that helped him see he wasn't living his life the way he should.

JC changed his life and founded “Wrong to Strong” a fitness program that helps people change both physically and mentally. He is in the works of creating a non-profit for people coming out of prison to help them become physical trainers and mentor them, helping them to live their best possible life.

This is a really cool interview you don’t want to miss. They discuss different topics related to prison and touch base on how important the power of staying positive is.


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/designedconviction/support

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