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You don't need to. If one of the fronds dies, just trim it off.
Remove leaves that are dying or dead and skin stem(peel off crispy pieces) if you want cleaner look. You can cut(with sharp knife or garden shears)off the pieces you do not want on main middle stem then skin the cuttings and put in water to sprout roots, transplant when good amount of roots are formed separately in another pot or add to pot with original plant to get fuller potted plants. If you remove top/middle/main stem or even cut plant completely off to shorten it it will not grow straight up with one stem. It will grow as the one in your picture.In nurseries they cut the stems/stalks into pieces then use each chunk to form new plants for resale. The new cuttings in soil like to be kept on the dry side or they might rot. The more light the less scraggly the plant will be they like very bright lit areas. Yours looks very healthy I'd leave it alone.