Working in Thailand Series: How to be a Fitness Coach in Thailand

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The following post is a chapter from our book, Working in Thailand: How to Ditch the Desk, Board the Flight, and Land the Job, written by Patrick Taylor and Karsten Aichholz.

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The Coach

Unless otherwise noted, all quotes by Jamal Younis, fitness coach.

High above the urban scramble of Bangkok’s Asok junction, on a sun-soaked Saturday morning when many of the city’s revelers are nursing hangovers in darkened rooms, the sounds of high-energy techno music and cries of exertion fill the air.

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