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Myla Bseirani - Pro Bikini
Personal: Single, 2 children
Place of Birth: Philippines
State (residence): New York
Available For Posing Exhibitions and/or Seminars: Yes
Hobbies: Bodybuilding, dancing, (Latin and ballroom) golfing, skeet shooting, and pole dancing
Pro AthleteTraining since: 2014
Year Turned PRO: 2016
Height: 5' 2.25"
Weight: Preshow 120
Weight: Show 103
Education: College Graduate
Best Body Part: Abs
Most Challenging Body Part: Back
Favorite Exercise: Squats
Least Favorite Exercise: Dumbbell rows
Traits You Admire Most In Others: Genuineness
Traits You Admire Most In Yourself: Selflessness
NGA Pro - Open Bikini
WNBF Pro - Masters Bikini
ANBF Pro - Masters Bikini
BIO: I am a single mother of two and I own an accounting practice. I have over 25 years of accounting experience and I absolutely love it. I started lifting weights for the first time in September of 2014 and became addicted! I started competing in November 2014 at age 45. My number one fan is my daughter who also happens to be my manager, hair stylist, and make-up artist. She is my world! When I am not prepping for a show, I enjoy dancing, both Latin and ballroom. I competed in the Syracuse Dancing with Our Stars in 2010 and won the bronze medal for the Individual Dance, which was a medley of tango, samba, foxtrot, and rumba, and Silver Medal for the Swing Dance. My other hobbies include golfing, skeet shooting, and pole dancing. I am also involved in a few local humanitarian projects such as Feed the Homeless and Food Bank. I believe in helping the less fortunate.
Competing in bodybuilding contests is one of the hardest thing I have ever done...but I love it! It takes a special mindset, dedication, discipline, patience, and sacrifice. It is now my lifestyle. Competing gives me a sense of pride and strength, not only physically but emotionally and mentally as well.