In the fourth episode of Get Sylvester, Nigel Sylvester visits the Gatorade Sport Science Institute, where he does multiple physical and mental tests to better understand how his body works; the results are impressive. Next, he heads to Times Square for a celebrity flag football game to celebrate the launch of the new NFL jerseys. The teams were comprised of NFL players, including Mark Sanchez, Justin Tuck, Matt Ryan, and legend Ronnie Lott, plus rappers Ace Hood, Jadakiss, and Vado, as well as Hot 97′s Angie Martinez. Work hard, play hard.
In the final edit of the three-part “All Day Sessions” series from Gatorade, Nigel Sylvester and Ralphy Ramos head out to Bay Area, California. A long day of bombing hills, hitting up spots and a group ride around the city all lead to an exclusive performance by Dom Kennedy. Soundtrack features the track “2 mph” by Dom Kennedy, featuring Big K.R.I.T. Video shot by Glenn PP Milligan.
Brooklyn NYC own Nigel Sylvester may very well be the most nimble athlete on two wheels, and he has to be to maneuver the man-made features of his native NYC. A BMX rider’s training ground consists of rails, ledges and blacktops, and Nigel moves seamlessly from one New York borough to the next by fueling properly to keep his mind and body sharp.
Gatorade Has Evolved shows how Gatorade has advanced hydration and sports performance and how the G Series will break new ground. The spot takes viewers back to a day when athletes balled on peach baskets, their racquets were wooden and hydration was only water. Jump to 1965 when Gatorade revolutionized hydration and helped fuel athletes like Michael Jordan and Mia Hamm as they redefined sports performance. Now in 2010, the G Series will change the sports performance landscape once again. Usain Bolt, Dwight Howard, and Peyton Manning were instrumental in working with Gatorade scientists during the development of the G Series.