Nike: What are girls made of?

  • Published on Mar 6, 2017
  • You're made of what you do. #BelieveinMore #JustDoIt
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  • Lena -
    Lena - 2 days ago

    I can't speak Russian, i'm not an athlete, but I watched is many times because I like the massage.

  • iiRuth
    iiRuth 2 days ago +1

    Stranger things fans: *species*

  • F J
    F J 2 days ago +1

    I think there made of flesh and blood

  • Glass Fantasy
    Glass Fantasy 2 days ago +3

    Blood, flesh, skin tissue, bones, and muscles
    The simple answer

  • Xx Gacha *_ Matcha*_playz xX

    We’re made of awesomeness

  • Imnotdead YET
    Imnotdead YET 4 days ago

    where are products made? i'd say sweatshops where these girls work. *hit* *or* *miss*

  • Makhni G
    Makhni G 5 days ago

    See it today

  • nôñô ñgéñô
    nôñô ñgéñô 5 days ago

    Sugar and spice and all that's nice

  • Moon Plotter
    Moon Plotter 5 days ago

    I'm made of video games.

  • Georg Fotbalista
    Georg Fotbalista 6 days ago

    1:18 that is that girl who says that she was best best until she joined Nike who ruined her. Just saw that video by Opinion. It was kind of "funny" for me to see her in this ad.

  • hee hee 击
    hee hee 击 6 days ago

    Tell that to the girls in the sweatshops, tell that to the girls who got abused in training, tell that to the girls who couldn’t have babies because Nike said no.

  • jetnight 88
    jetnight 88 6 days ago

    Why is this nike women? Sexist and just call it Nike

  • Aok Kishi
    Aok Kishi 7 days ago

    A girl doesn't need to play soccer to be phenomenal

  • do uaa
    do uaa 7 days ago

    Sorry but recently my 16 year daughter is being crazy about soccer, i told her that she can't be in club but she said she just wants to practice it as a sport , is it possible for her even if she is 16?

  • Toasturhz toastbunz
    Toasturhz toastbunz 8 days ago

    Despite how I'm highly against the whole feminist movement, I do understand that their are countries out there who definitely NEED feminism at least ONCE in a lifetime. Like Russia or China.

  • No vids No subscribers *crys*

    Um, I really don’t think Nike cares much considering the sweatshops they use to manufacture their clothes..

  • AttackOn Kpop
    AttackOn Kpop 12 days ago +1

    Why did this even get recommended to me

  • Notre Aira
    Notre Aira 13 days ago

    Male's Rights Activists : "tHis...tHis iS... REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!! *breaks beer bottle*
    *pUnCh a WaLL*
    *ram over random women on the streets with a car* "tHis cOmMerCiAL iS aN oPpResSioN aGaiNst mEn aNd mAsCuLiniTy!!!"

  • Average Chonk
    Average Chonk 13 days ago

    Flesh, blood, organs, lots of cells, fat, nerves, veins, etc.

  • kirannkamath
    kirannkamath 13 days ago

    Holy crap this gave me chills!!

  • Emmamakes Art
    Emmamakes Art 14 days ago +3

    Girls are made of sugar, spice and chemical X.

  • Eveli Santiago
    Eveli Santiago 15 days ago

    who else is not russian

  • Herbie Versmels
    Herbie Versmels 16 days ago

    Petty thoughts and their ex husbands money.

    AJIN SORA 16 days ago

    1:27 that dress was made in China

  • lazy turtle
    lazy turtle 16 days ago +1

    Made of 47 chromosomes cuz they retarded

  • Rebeck Dragneel
    Rebeck Dragneel 16 days ago +1


  • Chase Clark
    Chase Clark 16 days ago

    Really Nike of you don't stop this bullshit I'm moving to adidas

  • Qetsia Duclos
    Qetsia Duclos 16 days ago

    I play soccer but in winter fall spring and summer

  • Qetsia Duclos
    Qetsia Duclos 16 days ago

    The boys asked me to a race and I beat all of them

  • Astrid AZ
    Astrid AZ 17 days ago

    There are several ways to consider the composition of the human body, including the elements, type of molecule, or type of cells. Most of the human body is made up of water, H2O, with cells consisting of 65-90% water by weight. Therefore, it isn't surprising that most of a human body's mass is oxygen. Carbon, the basic unit for organic molecules, comes in second. 99% of the mass of the human body is made up of just six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus.
    Oxygen (O) - 65% - Oxygen together with hydrogen form water, which is the primary solvent found in the body and is used to regulate temperature and osmotic pressure. Oxygen is found in many key organic compounds.
    Carbon (C) - 18% - Carbon has four bonding sites for other atoms, which makes it the key atom for organic chemistry. Carbon chains are used to build carbohydrates, fats, nucleic acids, and proteins. Breaking bonds with carbon is an energy source.
    Hydrogen (H) - 10% - Hydrogen is found in water and in all organic molecules.
    Nitrogen (N) - 3% - Nitrogen is found in proteins and in the nucleic acids that make up the genetic code.
    Calcium (Ca) - 1.5% - Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body. It's used as a structural material in bones, but it is essential for protein regulation and muscle contraction.
    Phosphorus (P) - 1.0% - Phosphorus is found in the molecule ATP, which is the primary energy carrier in cells. It's also found in bone.
    Potassium (K) - 0.35% - Potassium is an important electrolyte. It's used to transmit nerve impulses and heartbeat regulation.
    Sulfur (S) - 0.25% - Two amino acids include sulfur. The bonds sulfur forms help give proteins the shape they need to perform their functions.
    Sodium (Na) - 0.15% - Sodium is an important electrolyte. Like potassium, it is used for nerve signaling. Sodium is one of the electrolytes that helps regulate the amount of water in the body.
    Chlorine (Cl) - 0.15% - Chlorine is an important negatively-charged ion (anion) used to maintain fluid balance.
    Magnesium (Mg) - 0.05% - Magnesium is involved in over 300 metabolic reactions. It's used to build the structure of muscles and bones and is an important cofactor in enzymatic reactions.
    Iron (Fe) - 0.006% - Iron is found in hemoglobin, the molecule responsible for oxygen transport in red blood cells.
    Copper (Cu), Zinc (Zn), Selenium (Se), Molybdenum (Mo), Fluorine (F), Iodine (I), Manganese (Mn), Cobalt (Co) - total less than 0.70%
    Lithium (Li), Strontium (Sr), Aluminum (Al), Silicon (Si), Lead (Pb), Vanadium (V), Arsenic (As), Bromine (Br) - present in trace amounts
    Many other elements may be found in extremely small quantities. For example, the human body often contains trace amounts of thorium, uranium, samarium, tungsten, beryllium, and radium. Trace elements considered essential in humans include zinc, iodine, possibly silicon, probably boron, selenium, probably nickel, chromium, manganese, lithium, possibly arsenic, molybdenum, cobalt, and possibly vanadium.
    Not all of the elements found within the body are essential for life. Some are considered contaminants that appear to do no harm, but serve no known function. Examples include cesium and titanium. Others are actively toxic, including mercury, cadmium, and the radioactive elements. Arsenic is considered to be toxic to humans, but serves a function in other mammals (goats, rats, hamsters) in trace amounts. Aluminum is interesting because it is the third most common element in the Earth's crust, yet serves no known function in living cells. While fluorine is used by plants to produce protective toxins, it serves no essential biological role in human beings.
    You may also wish to view the elemental composition of an average human body by mass.

  • Rachel Clapshaw
    Rachel Clapshaw 18 days ago

    The great thing is while this is awesome, you can also wear dresses and sing and "be girly" and be wrong as well! :)

  • R R
    R R 19 days ago

    Pretty cool comercial. By the way, who's the girl at 1:08?

  • ChattyCat
    ChattyCat 21 day ago +1

    why is this on my recommended just now

  • Ruby Vlogs
    Ruby Vlogs 22 days ago

    💗 Nike

  • Professor Pepe
    Professor Pepe 22 days ago


  • Blank
    Blank 23 days ago

    Can someone please tell me the name of this song? Its stuck in my head and wont get out

    • wowzers
      wowzers 17 days ago +1

      Blank «Из чего же, из чего же...» -

  • Choco Panda
    Choco Panda 23 days ago


  • 이이
    이이 23 days ago

    You're made of what you do.

  • brysxn
    brysxn 23 days ago

    But boys don’t get one😩

  • Nova does stuff.
    Nova does stuff. 24 days ago

    I'm American, and don't know one word in Russian.

  • ᴠsᴄᴏʙᴇᴇ
    ᴠsᴄᴏʙᴇᴇ 24 days ago

    Skin, bones, cells and tissues

  • Pingalu2
    Pingalu2 26 days ago

    Doesn't matter how many times I watch this, I always cry.

  • Galaxy Kitten
    Galaxy Kitten 26 days ago

    There made of flesh and body parts like every thing else

  • elisabeth soo
    elisabeth soo 26 days ago +1

    Why is this only recommended to me now in 2019

  • Memer
    Memer 29 days ago

    I'm made of human

  • Meghana Kankara
    Meghana Kankara 29 days ago

    'you are made of what you do" -Nike 2017

  • -Gemberkoekje-
    -Gemberkoekje- Month ago


  • Christy the Random
    Christy the Random Month ago +1

    1:39 HANDBALL!!

  • muhd nabil
    muhd nabil Month ago +2

    love nike. its race universal and against racism eg blacks, muslim etc

  • island mercury
    island mercury Month ago


  • Ed L.
    Ed L. Month ago

    Gross, Russia... Do you even know how sexist racist and homophobic Russia is?

    • Lebensmüde
      Lebensmüde Month ago

      u surely are uneducated lmao fuck off

  • The world according to Lola

    Funny how 'feminist' this is when Nike actually exploits women in factories where sexual harassment is common.

  • Jasmine Rabah
    Jasmine Rabah Month ago +26

    Nike: what are girls made of?
    Me: uuuh... I dont know. Flesh and bones i guess?

  • Smile
    Smile Month ago +1

    OK I’m guessing this is Russian

    Because I really want to learn Russian

  • pheonix _
    pheonix _ Month ago

    La lA La lA la-

  • MMeghna X
    MMeghna X Month ago

    As a girl who plays football this really touches me cause people judge me and my friend. And even tho we got put down we are now the only two girls in the football team who won nationals. Girls go get them

  • Charlie Mollman
    Charlie Mollman Month ago

    This is kinda sexist

    • Lady Madonna
      Lady Madonna 24 days ago

      Charlie Mollman np it’s not. Empowering women is not putting men down

  • Thy Luong
    Thy Luong Month ago +1

    Notice they're all white.

  • fatimah anwaar
    fatimah anwaar Month ago

    I love Nike's ad campaign videos! thank goodness these ones don't have negative comments from right wing extremists

  • Wilhelmster
    Wilhelmster Month ago +1

    Thats enough feminism for today