Anthony DiMarsico

2010:

Suffern High School Graduate

3 sports athlete in high school; football, basketball, baseball. 

All league honors in football 08-09 season and 09-10 Season .

All section honors 08-09 and 09-10 season and All State Honors 09-10 seasons.

Team MVP for Suffern High School Football 08-09 and 09-10 seasons. 

Attended RCC from 2011-2013

Transferred to William Paterson University in 2014

Played WPU Football 2014-2016

2014:

First team all NJAC wide receiver,

All east region wide receiver and

First team preseason All-American wide receiver

MVP in the big hit of the year award

2015: 

Starting QB due to injuries.

2016:

Second team all NJAC as a wide receiver.

MVP in the big hit of the year award

Overall career stats for William Paterson football: Ranked in the top 10 in receiving yards,

receptions, touchdowns passes, passing yards, all purpose yards, touchdown receptions and

receiving yards.

Following my 2016 season I attended to NFL pro days at Fordham and Wagner college where I ran a:

 

4.39 40 yard dash,

35 inch vertical 

10 foot 3 inches Broad-jump

4.3 shuttle  

6.66 3 cone drill.

 

As the NFL draft ended I had the pleasure of receiving a phone call by the New York Jets to join them in their 2017 rookie minicamp.

Training Style:
 

I like to have a Fast-paced workout, around 45 min to an hour long, that normally ends with a circuit for conditioning, upper body pump or core. Personally, I would like to Train 3-5 days a week. I say 3 as my minimum because some weeks 3 might just do it for you. With that being said; rest is a major key to muscle growth and overall body recovery, this is something that I have had to pay a close mind to as I continue to get older.

 

My High School workouts were very similar in the sense of fast pace workouts. In order to reach my full potential though I had to practice my Olympic lifts to better myself on the football field. If I had to pick one thing I have changed from my workouts from high school till now (26 years old) it would have to be the motivation to finish! Sometimes I would skip a round or a rep because I was tired, but if you want to be great you can’t do that. So now I try to remind myself why I’m here and what I’m working to achieve. There are no more skipped rounds or reps. I’m not here to take part, I am here to take over.

Credentials
Areas of Expertise
Strength Training
Power Lifting
Muscle Building
Weight Loss
Olympic Lifting