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Jose Lopez Fitness & Lifestyle Toronto Nike Trainer



*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kellogg’s® Vector®. All opinions are 100% mine.

I heard a great quote once that has really shaped my way of thinking and has helped me continually progress. Ready for it? It’s “Get comfortable being uncomfortable.” It’s short and to the point. Whether it’s pushing past the pain while working out, or putting yourself in a situation that makes you feel awkward, anything worth doing comes with a bit of resistance and pain. As a naturally shy person, I used to hate public speaking or attending a networking event. Truth be told, I would have rather squatted until my legs crumbled beneath me. That’s because working out was part of my regular routine and within my comfort zone. A lot has changed since then.

I’ve pushed myself to do things that I knew would be good for me long term, even if it meant being uncomfortable while doing them. I’ve been on tv segments, interviews in front of a crowd, and attended plenty of networking events. I’m no pro but I’m getting better and it’s all because I stepped up and challenged myself.

It’s not too late to get out of your comfort zone and join the Vector 21 Day challenge. It’s easy to enter and there are awesome prizes to be won (a Fitness Pack valued at $1000 or 2 secondary prizes worth $500 and 21 days worth of Vector* products)! It’s a great opportunity to find your motivation and become inspired by your efforts! Here’s what you need to know:

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Post a pic on either the Vector* FB page, or on your Instagram or Twitter page everyday, for 21 days (you can start today as Day 1). Show us how you push yourself mentally or physically using the hashtag #TasteVectory. Make sure your account is set to public and use the appropriate handles (FB & Insta: @Vector. Twitter: @Vector_ca). For full contest details click here.

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