San Francisco 49′ers running back, LaMichael James joins a growing team of SKLZ ambassadors, which already includes such notables as Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels, and USSSA Pride catcher Megan Willis. Winning the Doak Walker Award in 2011, James finished his career at Oregon with his 5,082 total rushing yards placing him 2nd in Pacific-12 Conference history and 14th in NCAA history.
SKLZ, the global leader in athletic skill and performance training products and instruction, is proud to announce that LaMichael has joined its team as a brand ambassador. James has also been training for the NFL Combine with SKLZ’s strategic partner, Athletes’ Performance, the premier training company for elite athletes worldwide.
As a leading brand representative, James will work directly with the SKLZ team, to embody the SKLZ vision of elevating the athlete in all of us, and show aspiring athletes how to take their games to the next level. He will be evangelizing the company’s training products and methodologies through instructional videos and social media platforms.
SKLZ is also giving an insider’s view on what it takes to become a professional athlete in an upcoming mini-documentary on James. Get a sneak peek of the documentary, LaMichael James: Road to the Pros, on www.LaMichael.com.
For more information about SKLZ, visit www.SKLZ.com. With international headquarters in San Diego, California, the company delivers durable, high-performance trainers that can be found internationally at major sporting goods retailers, specialty shops, and mass merchants.
Check out LaMichael James Speaking in the SKLZ Documentary – Road to the Pros: