As its rapid growth continues, IDLife recently announced that it will be partnering with Garmin. In addition to being known for high-quality GPS devices, Garmin is a leading producer of wearable fitness devices. In June, IDLife rolled out a new option on its site that allows customers to purchase Vivo activity trackers from Garmin directly on IDLife.com. Customers who use the IDLife app will be able to sync information from the wearable device with the app. IDLife representatives said that this will make it easier for customers to reach their health and wellness goals.
The two companies decided to form a strategic partnership because they share a common belief, which is that health is more than just a number on a scale or eating a balanced diet. Building and maintaining an overall healthy lifestyle is the key to optimal health, and the two companies have several strategies to support this idea. One example is Garmin’s Index Smart Scale. With this technology, IDLife users who purchase a Vivo device will be able to measure important metrics such as water percentage, body fat percentage, body mass index and skeletal muscle mass instead of just weight.
Why IDLife Chose Garmin
In addition to a powerful shared ideology of health maintenance, IDLife chose Garmin because of its impressive record with developing health-focused technology. The company has over 10 years of experience creating wearable fitness devices. Also, Garmin boasts a wide range of products that meet varying levels of activity. Garmin chose the Vivo device line to sync with the IDWellness app because of its popularity, affordable prices and reliable features. The Vivo devices have 50m water ratings and long battery lives of up to a year on certain models. Some devices offer wrist pulse tracking, activity profiles, activity detection and notifications. There are also several styles and sizes to ensure a comfortable fit for users with differing preferences.
IDLife offers a wide range of vitamins and nutritional supplements. However, the company does not simply list its products and state what they do. Each customer becomes a part of the IDLife family and is treated as an individual. The science behind IDLife is that each person is unique and has unique needs. Customers complete an assessment that helps IDLife representatives learn more about their goals, health status and health history. This allows specialists to choose the right combination of products for a person’s needs.
IDLife’s products are made from high-quality ingredients, and the effects are noticeable. In addition to providing customers with the right substances needed to support their health, IDLife offers a plan for achieving goals that includes three simple daily steps. One of the most important goals of the company is to equip people with the tools necessary to reach their health goals and maintain a healthy lifestyle. IDLife representatives said that the new partnership with Garmin is another way for the company to offer its customers powerful tools for being their own lifestyle advocates.
IDWellness On Vivo
For IDLife customers who are interested in a more streamlined way to track their nutrition, exercise and health status, the first step is purchasing one of the Vivo trackers featured on the IDLife site. The devices are designed to be compatible with the IDWellness app. As the features continue rolling out, users will notice that their devices send data to automatically update the IDLife app. This means that there will be no need to enter exercise manually. Also, the devices detect sleep and will automatically update the app to make adjustments as necessary. Although meals and some other data will still need to be manually entered, the new automation tools remove a considerable portion of the time investment.
About Logan Stout
Logan Stout is a successful entrepreneur, author, philanthropist, motivational speaker and former professional athlete. Mr. Stout is the CEO and founder of IDLife, which is based in Texas. He developed the company because he wanted people to be the best possible versions of themselves, and he believes that overall health is one of the biggest contributors to people reaching their life goals. As someone who excels in helping people break down barriers between themselves and their goals, he developed IDLife on the basis of personalized holistic health improvement. Mr. Stout started IDLife in 2014, and the company grew quickly because of the quality products and endorsements from respected individuals such as Troy Aikman, Jen Widerstrom and others.
Mr. Stout enjoys helping others through charity and mentoring. In 2013, he released a book called “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People and Teams.” The book was a big success. He created it from his experience as a professional athlete and coach. Mr. Stout participated in 17 World Series events as either a coach or a player. One of his most impressive innovations for sports motivation was his development of the Dallas Patriots. As the founder and CEO of the baseball-focused organization, Mr. Stout ensures that every member has access to special training programs, camps and clinics for improving their game. Graduates of the Dallas Patriots programs are often invited to play college baseball. Many of these individuals have become MLB draft picks as well.
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Logan and Haley Stout are honorary chairs and patrons of the American Heart Association and the Collin County Boys and Girls Club. They are the founders of the Youth Athletes Foundation. They also play key roles in several other charitable organizations. Mr. and Mrs. Stout have two sons and enjoy spending time together as a family when they are not busy with charity work, motivational events and IDLife work. Mr. Stout travels around the globe and is a keynote speaker at many events. He has appeared on CBS Radio, Fox News and other media outlets. Also, he has been featured in printed publications such as the New York Times, Ideamensch, the Dallas Morning News and Philadelphia Life Magazine.