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Check Out How Happy The Monk Singh Risked It All To Become An Established Fitness Influencer

Difficult times don’t last. Everything passes with time. While people think about living a life with secured jobs, Happy Singh dared to take a risk by leaving his studies of Chartered Accountant midway. Yes, you read that right. The young man after years realized his passion for fitness and chose a different path which was no less than a roller-coaster ride. He is a fitness consultant, transformation expert and ISSA certified nutrition coach. After his graduation, while he thought to become a CA, he simultaneously worked out and saw his inclination towards fitness. That’s when he decided to invest everything in becoming a top name in the health and fitness world. 

He is from Raipur, Chattisgarh and has become a popular name in the field of bodybuilding. Popularly known as Happy The Monk Singh, he has got clients not just in India but also in many other countries. He began his career as a fitness consultant after which he joined the Squats team as a nutrition coach. However, at the initial stage, he went through a lot of ups and downs as he injured his back and was told to take bed rest. The young man did not lose his hope and returned with a bang from his injury and stunned everyone with his insane transformation. In 2015, he bagged the second position in the Muscle Mania competition and established his name in bodybuilding.  

Happy Singh has trained celebrities like Sambhavna Seth, Dev Gill among others and has brought many transformed lives of many people. “Fitness is my passion and I want to transform lives and make people aware of the importance of living a healthy lifestyle”, he said. Singh is widely considered as everyone’s favorite who has made a positive impact on people’s lives. He has also done various fashion shows and has been called to judge many big events and shows in Raipur. Today this young man is an epitome of success who teaches everyone to follow their passion.

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