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Celebrity Personal Trainer Dillon Salva Sets Sights On Music Industry

Football, Basketball, Tunes.

An accomplished athlete in both Football and Basketball, and a highly touted celebrity personal trainer, Dillon Salva now has his sights set on a new goal in the music industry after producing his debut beat titled “In It”.

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Leaving Bishop George Ahr High School with all-state, all-county, all-area and all-division honors in football, and the all-time leader in two-point field goals in a single season.

Salva then joined Merrimack College starting as their TE and was selected for the 2017 National Bowl, and would compete for their basketball team in the NCAA tournament.

Following the 2018 NFL Draft, Salva joined the Washington Football Team for their rookie mini camp and the Atlanta Falcons for their organised team activity sessions (OTAs).

Salva would opt to play for the Outtatowners New England team in the American Basketball Association, participate in the 2019 BSN National Scouting Combine and The Spring League in Austin, Texas.

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Later in the year he would take part in the XFL New York invitational combine.

Salva then decided to use his athletic ability and background to help others, becoming a personal trainer. His clients include Oregon Ducks’ talented rising star QB Anthony Brown and award winning artist Fetty Wap.

Now in his free time, Salva is turning his attention to his next goal as a music producer.

With hopes to produce beats for artists in the future, multiple times a week Salva travels to the Royalty Records Studio in New Brunswick, New Jersey to produce music.

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Currently producing music for his workout and training videos, he released his first beat titled “In It” on January 19th.

You can listen to “In It” at the link below. it is also available on SoundCloud and will be released on Apple Music and Spotify on January 30th.


Luke Waskowski is an experienced journalist from Australia who covers everything from Sports, Music, Movies, Entertainment, and much more. He currently writes for Web Is Jericho and has also been a contributor to the wrestling magazine Calling Spots.