Chris Bumstead Biography
Chris Bumstead is a renowned Canadian Classic Physique Professional Bodybuilder, Fitness Model, and Social Media Influencer who was born and brought up in Ottawa, Ontario. He is widely known for winning an IFBB Pro card after he earned the 2016 IFBB North American Bodybuilding Championship.
Chris is also known as the current holder of the Classic Physique Olympia championship. He won the 2015 CBBF Canadian National Bodybuilding Championship Men’s Junior Division and was in the second position in the 2016 CBBF Bodybuilding Championships Open Heavyweight Division.
10 Quick Facts About Chris Bumstead
Chris Bumstead Age
Bumstead is 27 years old as of 2022, he was born on February 2, 1995, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He celebrates his birthday on the 2nd of February every year and his birth sign is Aquarius.
Chris Bumstead Height
Chris stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 meters) tall.
Chris Bumstead Weight
Chris has a weight of 102 kgs (225 lbs).
Chris Bumstead Family
Bumstead was born to Jeff and Mary Bumstead. His father works as a Chief Information Officer in Kingston, Ontario while his mother serves as a Human Resource Organization Development Consultant. He spent his childhood with his elder sister called Melissa Valliere who is also an IFBB Figure Professional Bodybuilder and Fitness Model.
Chris Bumstead Girlfriend
Chris is currently dating Courtney Kingand has been together since October 2019. Courtney is a former IFBB Pro Bikini competitor and fitness model. She is currently a YouTuber Personality. Recently, she made an eye-catching YouTube video that explained how they met each other. They are happy together as is evident through the photos and videos that they share on Instagram and Youtube Channel.
Chris Bumstead’s Net Worth
Bumstead has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars as of 2021. This includes his assets, money, and income. His primary source of income is his career as a Classic Physique Professional Bodybuilder, Fitness Model, and Social Media Influencer. Through his various sources of income, he has been able to accumulate a good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.
Chris Bumstead Mr. Olympia
The Mr. Olympia rivalry is the worldwide premium working out rivalry and it has seven classes that incorporate the Mr. Olympia title, one of these classifications is the Classic Physique class. Bumstead chose to enter the 2019 Mr. Olympia rivalry for the Classic Physique title and he won the title.
This classification is an offshoot of the exemplary time where contenders are required to have the physical make-ups of contenders of that period. On his YouTube channel, Chris transferred a 51-minute video enumerating the procedures he needed to experience to catch this success.
Chris Bumstead Before Fame
As a child growing up, Bumstead had always had an interest in athletics and sports; the closest contact he had to any form of sport was the gym where he would spend long hours. After a while, gauging the bodies of the other people in the gym he used to visit, Chris believed that he had achieved the highest point he would ever need to when it came to his body.
All of this changed when he met his sister’s boyfriend called Iain Valliere. Iain was the one that opened up Bumstead’s eyes to the possibilities available with bodybuilding and all of a sudden, he was aware of the many things he could achieve with bodybuilding. One of the other things that Iain taught Bumstead was competitive bodybuilding.
Chris Bumstead Diet
Chris is incredibly meticulous when it comes to his diet. He will eat the same 6 meals a day leading up to a competition for months only making minor changes. As Chris says “this way I can determine what my body needs, and I can make a small change in my diet to achieve the results I’m after.”
Chris knows how important it is not to add any new food into his diet before a photo shoot or competition. “It’s key not to add in new foods close to a competition because I don’t know the effect it can have on my body.”
However, in the off-season, he is more relaxed. He will increase his calories and not be as strict, but that doesn’t mean he will eat pizzas or burgers. He’s still true to his bodybuilding way of life. He will still consume 6 to 7 meals a day where he will aim to get in 6000 calories a day from clean sources such as chicken rice and potatoes.
When it comes to his pre-workout meal, he’ll add in extra carbs to help push through the workout. Chris admits that he will eat muffins and quick carb snacks before his workout as he finds it hard to get enough calories from clean sources to make up the massive 6000 calories he needs.
- Meal 1: 1 ½ cup Egg Whites, 2 Whole Eggs, and 1 cup oats
- Meal 2: 8 ounces Chicken, 1 cup Jasmine Rice, and 11 ounces Mixed Vegetables
- Meal 3: 8 ounces White Fish, 7 ounces Sweet Potato, and 11 ounces Mixed Vegetables
- Meal 4: (Pre-workout) 7 ounces White Fish and 2 cups Jasmine Rice
- Meal 5: (Post Workout Shake) 50g 100% Whey Isolate mixed in Water
- Meal 6: 8 ounces Chicken, 6 ounces Sweet Potato, 2 ounces Broccoli, and 2 ounces Asparagus
- Meal 7: 2 ½ cups Egg Whites, 3 Whole Eggs, and 11 ounces of Mixed Vegetables
Frequently Asked Questions about Chris Bumstead
Chris is a renowned Canadian Classic Physique Professional Bodybuilder, Fitness Model, and Social Media Influencer. He is widely known for winning an IFBB Pro card after he earned the 2016 IFBB North American Bodybuilding Championship.
Bumstead is an American national born on 2 February 1995 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. His birth sign is Aquarius.
Chris stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 meters) tall
Yes, Chris is currently in a relationship with Courtney King since October 2019. Courtney is a former IFBB Pro Bikini competitor and fitness model. She is currently a YouTuber Personality.
Bumstead has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars as of 2020. This includes his assets, money, and income. His primary source of income is his career as a Classic Physique Professional Bodybuilder, Fitness Model, and Social Media Influencer.
Chris is alive and in good health. There have been no reports of him being sick or having any health-related issues.
Chris is coached by his brother-in-law and IFBB professional bodybuilder Iain Valliere.
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