Jennifer DorieTeam T-Rex Coach

    Education / Certification:

    • B.A. Kinesiology & Health Science
    • ISSA Sports Nutrition Specialist
    • CPR/AED certified

    Coaching Experience & Accomplishments:

    • IFBB Pro Bikini
    • 2 + years contest prep coaching with demonstrated success with many clients
    • 3 + years online transformation and lifestyle coaching
    • 3 + years working with head coach Sean

    Services offered:

    • Contest prep coaching (specializing in bikini & figure competitors)
    • Posing coach (bikini)
    • Transformation/lifestyle coaching
    • T-Rex Training Camps coach

    Location:

    • Newmarket, On

    SUMMARY

    Coach Jenn focuses on contest prep coaching, specializing in bikini competitors as she herself is an IFBB bikini pro and knows what it takes to get to the top. Working towards finishing her honors bachelor degree in Kinesiology she has knowledge of the body with regards to anatomy and physiology along with further in depth nutritional knowledge with a certification from the ISSA in sports nutrition. By focusing on each client’s individual needs and goals, programs are customized to help them reach their goals whether it be competing or lifestyle. Jenn has seen fitness change her life and wants to help others reap the same benefits which she has over the past few years competing and training.

    Client Results & Testimonials

    Q & A

    List your top 3 tips on training, nutrition or contest prep

    1. You can’t out train a bad diet- when it comes down to it, no matter how hard you train your nutrition is the key factor in fat loss. Training helps shape your physique but diet is what helps your shape show through, a poor diet will always be the main factor holding you back from weight loss goals.
    2. Contest prep is NOT easy and it isn’t supposed to be, it isn’t a transformation or lifestyle prep it is a short term prep for an intense goal that requires dedication, sacrifice, mental strength and a high amount of will power. If it was easy everyone would walk around shredded, the look needed for contest prep is an extreme and not a look sustainable for everyday life- competitors need to keep in mind that your stage body is peaked for that moment and not sustainable for everyday life.
    3. My number one tip on training is to train with intent, go to the gym with a plan of what muscle group you’re training and a written workout with sets/reps of exercises to follow. Don’t just wander around aimlessly doing random exercises and hoping for results, focus on the muscle group being trained and think about it working as you train- finding a good mind to muscle connection. Movement is first initiated by the brain so the more you can focus on that connection, the more fibres you can recruit and the better you can train the working muscles.

    Favorite industry highlights

    • Winning my pro card at nationals in May
    • Watching my first client go through the process of stage day and seeing her up on stage

    Your favorite quote you like to use with clients

    “The same amount of effort it takes to doubt yourself or worry about others is the same amount of effort it takes to believe in yourself or work towards making your weaknesses your strengths. Choose wisely where you put your effort.”

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    SUMMARY

    Coach Jenn focuses on contest prep coaching, specializing in bikini competitors as she herself is an IFBB bikini pro and knows what it takes to get to the top. Working towards finishing her honors bachelor degree in Kinesiology she has knowledge of the body with regards to anatomy and physiology along with further in depth nutritional knowledge with a certification from the ISSA in sports nutrition. By focusing on each client’s individual needs and goals, programs are customized to help them reach their goals whether it be competing or lifestyle. Jenn has seen fitness change her life and wants to help others reap the same benefits which she has over the past few years competing and training.

    Client Results & Testimonials

    Education / Certification:

    • B.A. Kinesiology & Health Science
    • ISSA Sports Nutrition Specialist
    • CPR/AED certified

    Coaching Experience & Accomplishments:

    • IFBB Pro Bikini
    • 2 + years contest prep coaching with demonstrated success with many clients
    • 3 + years online transformation and lifestyle coaching
    • 3 + years working with head coach Sean

    Q & A

    List your top 3 tips on training, nutrition or contest prep

    1. You can’t out train a bad diet- when it comes down to it, no matter how hard you train your nutrition is the key factor in fat loss. Training helps shape your physique but diet is what helps your shape show through, a poor diet will always be the main factor holding you back from weight loss goals.
    2. Contest prep is NOT easy and it isn’t supposed to be, it isn’t a transformation or lifestyle prep it is a short term prep for an intense goal that requires dedication, sacrifice, mental strength and a high amount of will power. If it was easy everyone would walk around shredded, the look needed for contest prep is an extreme and not a look sustainable for everyday life- competitors need to keep in mind that your stage body is peaked for that moment and not sustainable for everyday life.
    3. My number one tip on training is to train with intent, go to the gym with a plan of what muscle group you’re training and a written workout with sets/reps of exercises to follow. Don’t just wander around aimlessly doing random exercises and hoping for results, focus on the muscle group being trained and think about it working as you train- finding a good mind to muscle connection. Movement is first initiated by the brain so the more you can focus on that connection, the more fibres you can recruit and the better you can train the working muscles.

    Favorite industry highlights

    • Winning my pro card at nationals in May
    • Watching my first client go through the process of stage day and seeing her up on stage

    Your favorite quote you like to use with clients

    “The same amount of effort it takes to doubt yourself or worry about others is the same amount of effort it takes to believe in yourself or work towards making your weaknesses your strengths. Choose wisely where you put your effort.”

    Gallery

    Social Media