Jamie LeRoyce : The Promising Contender

5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)185 - 195 lbs (83.9 - 88.5 kg)American

Jamie LeRoyce is an American IFBB Professional Bodybuilder and fitness model. He has had over ten years of experience in the Navy and found his passion for bodybuilding while he was in Afghanistan. Growing up, Jamie always wanted to be a Navy Seal. Circumstances, however, did not allow that to happen. After being unable to fulfil his dream, he became depressed and unmotivated. It was during this time that he found bodybuilding. It was the perfect physical outlet for his disappointment. Once Jamie got invested into fitness and bodybuilding, he realized that he found his comfort zone and hasn’t looked back ever since. Throughout his life, he has given a 100% at any endeavour he has pursued. It has helped him achieve great success in his career.

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Facts about Jamie

  • He is a US Army veteran and served in the Navy
  • He is sponsored by APS Nutrition, a supplement manufacturer and Built Apparel
  • He refers to himself as The Lone Wolf
  • During his high school days, he was involved in martial arts, breakdancing, and hip-hop
  • His mentor is the popular fitness model Anthony Presciano
  • He stands at a height of 5’ 7” and weighs around 185 lbs during competition
  • His favourite body part to train are the triceps

Bodybuilding Career

Jamie entered his first amateur competition at the 2014 LA Championships Novice. He finished in an impressive 2nd place. This result made him realize he had great potential and spurred him to work harder at the gym and perfect his nutrition and posing.

The following year he finished in 2nd place at the 2015 LA Championships Open Class. He decided to try his hand in the newly opened Classic Physique division and entered the 2016 Las Vegas NPC Legends Classic. He won first place. It was confirmation that he was a perfect fit for Classic Physique due to his body proportions and structure.

At the 2016 Sacramento Governor’s Cup, he finished in 2nd place. Finally, at the 2016 NPC Junior USA Championships, Jamie won 2nd place. With this result, he received the highly sought after IFBB Pro Card. He could now participate in IFBB sanctioned bodybuilding competitions as a professional competitor.

Jamie’s first professional show was the 2016 IFBB Ferrigno Legacy Pro. He finished in an impressive 2nd place, considering that it was his first time competing with professionals. At the 2017 IFBB Fit World Pro, he won 1st place. It was his first victory as a professional and qualified him for the 2017 Mr. Olympia to be held in September that year. It was a testament to the hard work and effort he had put in over the past few years.

Jamie’s next competition was the 2017 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro. He finished 6th among a challenging field of top competitors including Chris Bumstead and Lee Banks. At the 2017 IFBB New York Pro, he had another 6th place finish. These results were proof that Jamie had the capability and talent to compete with the very best on the big stage.

At the 2017 Mr. Olympia, Jamie only managed to finish 11th. The competition he faced proved to be too tough. Making small modifications to his posing routine, workout regimen and nutrition will go a long way in improving his physique. Perhaps next year he can bring a better overall package on stage. A top 5 finish will go a long way in providing the necessary motivation and improving his confidence.

Competition History

  • 2014 LA Championships Novice, 2nd Place
  • 2015 LA Championships Open Class, 2nd Place
  • 2016 LV NPC Legends Classic / Classic Physique, 1st Place
  • 2016 Sacramento Governor’s Cup / Classic Physique, 2nd Place
  • 2016 NPC Junior USA Championships, Men’s Classic Physique Class A, 2nd Place
  • 2016 IFBB Ferrigno Legacy Pro, Men’s Classic Physique, 2nd Place
  • 2017 IFBB Fit World Pro, Men’s Classic Physique, 1st
  • 2017 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro, Men’s Classic Physique, 6th
  • 2017 IFBB New York Pro, Men’s Classic Physique, 6th

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