The endorsement is one of the power couple’s first projects together and is headlined by a 30-second TV commercial titled Keep Moving, which premiered Tuesday. Throughout the clip, the pair show off their playful and competitive sides as they battle to see who will tap out first.
“Tired, huh?” Wade asked his wife while encouraging her to keep pushing.
In the ad, the new parents go back and forth with a medicine ball, run on treadmills and on an open field before the 13-time NBA All-Star grows visibly exhausted.
“NBA superstar, huh?” Union mocks. The pair go back to their workout in between sips of the new drink. Ultimately, the actress beats out Wade for the top spot in a spin class.
No strangers to intense workouts, the couple routinely share their fitness journey on their personal Instagram accounts.
According to a press release, the new Gatorade Zero comes in five flavors—Orange, Lemon-Lime, Glacier Cherry, Glacier Freeze and Berry. It is available nationwide where Gatorade Thirst Quencher is sold.
Watch the wife-husband duo in the full spot below.
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