Travis Kelce Lets Loose in Behind the Scenes Video of His ZenWTR Campaign: ‘Don’t Lose Your Personality’

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end zips through the streets in a small vintage car for Zen Water's "Find Yours" video

Travis Kelce is sharing his playful side in a new ad campaign.

PEOPLE can exclusively reveal a behind-the-scenes video from Kelce’s partnership with ZenWTR. In the "Find Yours" campaign, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end details how he recharges his body during practice days.

“My first hour is wake up, get a good breakfast, get a healthy breakfast, fuel up. Know that I’m about to go out and work out here soon – and at least know I have to be [attentive] in meetings and stuff,” he says.

Drinking plenty of water is also key to how the rest of his day plays out. "So make sure I fuel up and part of that is hydrating, and making sure I’m doing the right things,” he adds.

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<p>Kyle Rivas/Getty</p> Travis Kelce

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Travis Kelce

Throughout the spot, he proves that fueling up for the day can be fun, too. He throws a football and practices his golf swing in the clip. At one point, Kelce also zips through the streets in a small vintage car.

As he’s about to pull away in the orange vehicle, he says, “I’m Johnny Knoxville, welcome to Jackass,” referring to the stunt actor.

To close out the video, he reveals a life lesson from Chiefs coach Andy Reid. “The biggest thing he says is, 'Don’t lose your personality. Let that thing show,'” says Kelce.

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In Zen Water’s full campaign interview, Kelce discusses everything from his determination to win the Super Bowl again next year to his relationship with his teammates, including Patrick Mahomes.

“Having great family members and friends, I feel like that’s the biggest thing in terms of growth is just having people around you that can check you, but also give you confirmation and reassurance that you’re doing things the right way,” he said.

<p>Arne Dedert/picture alliance via Getty</p> Travis Kelce

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Travis Kelce

Kelce even shared the mark he hopes to leave on the world of football.

“Looking at the legacy, I just want to be known as somebody that was selfless and really wanted to make a difference in the communities that he was playing in,” he said.

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