“I think I really just wanted to get in and try to get comfortable. And as the shoot went along, I got more and more comfortable and I think that really helped me get some great shots.”
The All-American point guard for Notre Dame and Roc Nation Sports‘ first female athlete is becoming one of the WNBA‘s most marketed players, with endorsement deals with Nike and Sprint, and a forthcoming deal with a chocolate milk drink.
Skylar Diggins wearing Tory Burch swimsuit for Sports Illustrated’s 2014 Swimsuit Issue photographed by Adam Franzino
As the queen of #HeadbandNation, Skylar launched her trademark headbands with Nike earlier this year, and she’ll star in a 15-minute Nike+ Training Club app workout, which will release in early April.
“Exercise is something that all women can do. It’s something that can help them stay active and fit. Whether they are getting started or exercise all the time, it doesn’t matter. It’s about leading a healthy, fit lifestyle and hopefully this App will help them do.”
Skylar has made it clear that she’s working harder than ever to improve Tulsa’s season this year, spending hours in the gym each day.