Boosting My Weight Loss Journey with REM-Fit

**I received the products below free for my review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be a good fit for my readers. All opinions are 100% my own.


An activity tracker has really helped me become more active. It was the competitor in me that wanted to beat my friend's steps. Being the only one left that continued to use a tracker I had no one to compete with and my activity lessened. Last week I didn't even feel like exercising the entire week and kept busy with other things.

When I got my REM-Fit Active band in the mail I was so excited to have some new fitness gear that I went on a walk to try it out the very next day. I quickly learned that the REM-Fit Active was going to give me more of a challenge than I thought. It doesn't just count steps but it counts distance, calories burned, ActivePoints, SleepPoints and a 360 LifeScore. The challenge comes with the ActivePoints which are given with the intensity and duration of your activity. When I saw that my walks were not giving me many ActivePoints I stepped it up by doing some TaeBo! Wanting more ActivePoints is really motivating me to step up my exercise game so I am planning on hitting the gym this week.


After an active and long day I was excited to try my REM-Fit Rest 400 Series pillow. It is easily adjustable to your preference of thickness by removing or adding the little balls shown in the .gif before. It was kind of heavy and big so I wasn't sure how comfortable it would be. Then I woke up after seven and a half hours of deep sleep. I woke up with no aches and pains in my shoulders or neck like I have before. Sleeping over 7 hours is huge for me since I go to sleep so late and then have to wake up early with my little preschooler. If you wake up achy or have trouble getting more than 7 hours of sleep I highly recommend this pillow.



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5 comments

  1. I think--no--I know that I need that pillow and will be looking into getting one for myself.

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  2. I held out on getting an activity tracker for a long time, but now that I have one it forces me to realize how lazy I am and fix the problem, I don't know if I'll ever not have one at least in the foreseeable future.

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  3. That sounds like a great way to keep track and be accountable. I would really like to up my activity each day.

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  4. wow! this is awesome. A great way to keep track :) thanks for sharing.

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  5. Great weight loss journey! 😃

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    Good luck!

    Jane
    Lost 17 pounds in 3 Months w/ little to no exercise

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