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SYDNEY, NSW - JUNE 07: A pregnant woman holds her stomach June 7, 2006 in Sydney, Australia. Australia is currently enjoying a baby boom, with the Australian Bureau of Statistics registering a 2.4% increase in births from 2004 to 2005, which represents the highest number of births since 1992. The Australian Federal Government has been encouraging people to have more babies, with financial incentives and the slogan by treasurer Peter Costello to "have one for mum, one for dad, and one for the country". The Federal Government has identified falling fertility rates and the ageing population as long-term problems for Australia's growth and prosperity. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

What is an athlete? That’s what a new Nike ad sets out to define and it features pregnant and breastfeeding athletes to do it. “Can you be an athlete? You, pregnant? You, a mother? That depends,” the “Toughest Athletes” ad begins.

The commercial for Nike’s maternity line goes on to break down what the term means with shots of moms in various stages of pregnancy and postpartum, including Serena Williams and daughter, Olympia, and U.S. Women’s National Team soccer player Alex Morgan. “Motherhood looks different for everyone,” the caption explains. “But no matter what you do or how you do it, you are the toughest athlete.”

The powerful video posted to Nike Women’s Instagram page shows women using their bodies to do incredible and impressive things, some while carrying a baby and some not long after. It shows women pushing themselves, listening to their bodies and being athletes and it’s promoting empowerment and acceptance, along with the Nike maternity line. Some people in the comments seem pretty into it, too, as one user writes, “Got all the feels. We are amazing!”