The biography, life, and accomplishments of Jennifer Dorie

Much like Classic Physique Olympian, Chris Bumstead, Jennifer Dorie is also an IFBB Bikini Pro from Canada, Ontario to be exact. During her days as an amateur competitor, Jennifer worked hard to win her Pro Card, and she succeeded. However, even after fulfilling her goal, she has not slowed down and is always looking to improve.

Below is a complete breakdown of Jennifer Dorie’s profile, stats, biography, training and diet regimens.

Full Name: Jennifer Dorie (Classic Physique Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date of Birth
120 lbs 5’4″ 10/7/1996
Division Era Nationality
Bikini 2010, 2020 Canadian


Jennifer Dorie Biography

Jennifer Dorie bio
Image courtesy of Instagram (@jenniferdorie_ifbbpro)

Born in Canada in 1996, not much information is public about Jennifer’s personal life and upbringing. She keeps it relatively private, and there’s nothing wrong with that! What we do know is that she has had great success in competing, and even after success, Jennifer is now filled with determination to achieve even more in the biggest bodybuilding competitions in the world. She even conquered the Olympia stage in 2021 and 2023.

Jennifer’s mindset is nothing short of inspiring, and this is good, as she has gained a large amount of followers through social media outlets. Those people look up to her, and she provides something to look up to.

Jennifer’s consistency in the gym, as well as her awesome diet that she really sticks to, keep her in shape each year, bringing her new trophies and medals along the way, so let’s look a little bit deeper at her accomplishments within the sport.

Jennifer Dorie Competition History

Jennifer Dorie certainly has a good amount of competitions under her belt for how long she has been in the industry, it is impressive to say the least.

  • 2023 Bikini Olympia 1st place
  • 2022 Bikini Olympia 2nd Place
  • 2021 Bikini Olympia 1st Place
  • 2019 New York City Pro Bikini 2nd place
  • 2019 Pittsburgh Pro Bikini 3rd place
  • 2019 Bikini International 4th place
  • 2019 Sheru Classic Columbia Pro Bikini 4th place
  • 2018 Olympia Bikini 10th place
  • 2018 Tampa Bay Times Pro Bikini 2nd place
  • 2018 Battle In The Desert Pro Bikini 4th place
  • 2018 Vancouver Pro Bikini 2nd place
  • 2018 Toronto Pro Bikini 3rd place

For how young Jennifer currently is, she has a great amount of experience in competition, and she has some great placings in her years of competing, including two Olympia titles. So, how does she train to stay in shape?

Training Regimens

Jennifer Dorie Bikini
Image courtesy of Instagram (@jenniferdorie_ifbbpro)

Building a physique worthy of an IFBB Pro status was no easy feat, but to maintain it and continue to improve, that is incredible for someone to do. When it comes to Jennifer, she loves every step of the journey, even the training sessions which can certainly be grueling.

When she is weight training in the gym, Jennifer likes to start easy, warming up her muscles for heavier exercises ahead. Once she’s fully ready, Jennifer will load up on plates and do compound exercises such as squats, deadlifts, and overhead presses. All of these help to really build the foundation, in terms of strength and muscle. Once she is later in the workout, Jennifer focuses more on isolation exercises to really hone in on the sculpting part of the process.

Jennifer heavily focuses on the mind-muscle contraction during her workouts. This is something she focuses on even more so than the weights. She’s found that her legs and glutes especially respond best to this type of training.

Jennifer loves to combine a variety of movements for maximum results from her workouts. For example, during her glute and leg workouts, she will include machines, cable kickbacks for glutes, and smith machine hip thrusts.

If she has time, Jennifer will finish out her workouts with some stretching. This helps remove the lactic acid from her muscles, along with improving blood flow and protecting from injuries that may binder her performance and results.


While training is certainly important, diet and nutrition are just as, if not more important. The recovery part of your regimen is where you truly grow. Filling your body with the correct foods and supplements make that recovery process far more than you may think, and Jennifer knows this.

While she keeps her nutrition very clean throughout the year, Jennifer will reward herself with a cheat meal from time to time for her hard work. This typically happens in the ‘off-season’, where she has some leeway in terms of calories, rather than a prep when she is trying to cut weight and get ready for a competition.

Once she starts preparing for a contest, the diet changes and becomes far more restrictive. Jennifer takes out all junk food and reduces her calories to below maintenance. This way,  she gradually loses fat, rather than dropping it too fast, and she can also maintain the muscle mass that she had worked so hard to obtain.

Jennifer says that contest prep can be mentally draining, however, she’s well aware of what it takes to become a champion.

Jennifer Dorie Wrap Up

Jennifer Dorie
Image courtesy of Instagram (@jenniferdorie_ifbbpro)

For Jennifer Dorie, training hard is something that fulfills her as it keeps her strong, healthy, and honestly happy, even when it is coming down to show time and she is going through the grueling process of a prep. Earning titles and winning trophies is something that motivates Jennifer to go to new levels in fitness, and continue to improve year after year.

Jennifer has a mentality that is all about winning or learning. There is no defeat in Jennifer’s books, and as you can see, regardless of her placings in her competitions she continues to come back each year with a strong mindset and new goals. She does not perceive a loss as a ‘failure’. Regardless of where she places in a show, it is just a lesson learned for her and she will come back better and stronger.

This can be taken as a metaphor for life honestly. Do not let something you do not succeed at bring you down or hold you back, look at it as a learning opportunity and a reason to come back better.

After her 2023 victory, do you think that Jennifer Dorie will be taking home the crown again next year?

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Dylan Wolf
I work mainly in content writing, focusing my free time on bodybuilding and strength sports. I was introduced to fitness in high school and after watching Generation Iron movies. I love to train. I have competed multiple times, even winning a junior title in classic physique. I have a bachelor's in criminal justice and business obtained through Alvernia University. When I am not focused on work or training, I enjoy watching films or reading about anything and everything.