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I want to be a professional fitness trainer

I want to be a professional fitness trainer

MAM Langdy, also known as Sela, loves keeping fit and building muscle. The 29-year-old started bodybuilding in 2003 at the Angkor Bodybuilding Association in Siem Reap. Now, Langdy is hoping to realise his dream of becoming a professional fitness trainer.

Mam Langdy.
Mam Langdy. PHOTO​ SUPPLIED

In 2012, Langdy won third prize in a bodybuilding competition. This year he went one better and took second place.

“I really want to be a professional, licensed fitness trainer so I can help people stay healthy and fit,” he said.

“With all my experience and ability, I believe I can reach my dream.”

So, what guidance will an experienced professional fitness trainer have for Langdy?

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