IDLife recently announced its partnership with Garmin, which was a pioneering company in developing high-quality GPS devices. The company also makes wearable fitness devices. IDLife added an option to its site earlier this summer that gives customers the option to purchase a Garmin Vivo fitness tracker. The tracker is designed to sync with IDLife’s IDWellness app. When used with the device, the app will make it much easier for customers to track their exercise and calculate their nutrition needs. Also, it makes reaching health goals simpler.
Garmin: A Leader In Innovation
IDLife partnered with Garmin mainly because the companies share the belief that health is not just about nutrition alone or a number on a scale. Together, the two companies have developed plans for customers to achieve their overall health goals by taking a holistic approach. One of Garmin’s contributions is its Index Smart Scale. The scale measures body mass index, skeletal muscle mass, body fat percentage, water percentage and other useful metrics. When people use all of these metrics, they have a more accurate view of their health than they would have if they used BMI and weight alone. Several Garmin devices also measure walking, pulse and other activities. With many sizes and styles, every person can find something that fits comfortably.
Garmin’s reputation for excellence in quality is another reason why IDLife coveted a partnership with the company. In recent years, Garmin has been known for producing some of the top health-focused technologies. It has been making wearable fitness trackers for over 10 years. Garmin designs several models and variations of trackers to fit every customer’s needs whether they just need a simple heart rate monitor or a tracker that includes extensive metrics. Since Vivo has been one of the company’s top-selling models for several years, IDLife chose it for the benefit of customers.
Vivo With IDWellness
When IDLife customers purchase a Vivo tracker through the IDLife website, they can start streamlining measurements when they use the IDWellness app. The device collects information about various metrics and sends it to the app continuously to provide the user with accurate information at all times. Although it measures activity metrics, customers must still enter their meals manually. Vivo devices measure sleep as well as activity, which helps give IDLife customers a better view at weekly sleep quality. When meals are entered and activity is tracked, the app automatically adjusts itself to show calories burned and other important data. For IDLife customers, this means more time to exercise and less time inputting numbers.
How IDLife Works
IDLife sells a wide range of high-quality nutritional supplements and vitamins. The company uses a membership platform that collects information about each individual. With this information, a nutrition specialist provides a personalized list of products to use. Since each person’s health, lifestyle and activity level differ, the company does not simply recommend a one-size-fits-all approach to health. To receive their personalized suggestions, customers complete a quick online assessment. The assessment also addresses their personal health goals. For example, one person may want to lose weight while another wants to maintain a current BMI. The supplement suggestions would differ for those two individuals.
All products are made from the finest ingredients. When IDLife (@IDLifeLLC) sends out a customer’s customized supplies, the company also produces an actionable plan for reaching goals. The plan includes three simple steps that a person takes each day, which is part of the company’s secret to success. IDLife believes that people will reach their health goals when they are encouraged and have the right tools and knowledge to make changes happen. Since providing those tools is an important part of IDLife’s value system, the company is pleased to partner with Garmin by offering another valuable fitness tool to its customers.
About IDLife Founder Logan Stout
Logan Stout serves as the CEO of IDLife. The company is based in Texas. Mr. Stout is a well-known motivational speaker, author, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He started IDLife in 2014 to help people reach their health potential, which he believes is a foundation to reaching other life goals as well. Mr. Stout takes pride in helping people overcome obstacles that stand between them and their health goals. With respected names such as Jen Wilderstrom and Troy Aikman endorsing IDLife, Mr. Stout has been pleased to watch the company grow. The endorsements come from respect for the company’s product quality and unique personalized setup.
Mr. Stout is passionate about mentoring and charity. He published a successful book in 2013 called “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People and Teams.” To write the book, Mr. Stout drew from his time as a professional coach and athlete. He is known for participating in 17 World Series events. Mr. Stout was an athlete during some events and a coach during others. Baseball fans also recognize him for his development of the Dallas Patriots, which is a baseball training organization. The organization provides clinics, camps and private training programs for young people who want to become athletes. Many MLB draft picks and popular college baseball players are graduates of Dallas Patriots programs. Mr. Stout serves as the CEO of the organization in addition to being the CEO of IDLife.
Both Mr. Stout and his wife Haley are part of the American Heart Association where they serve as patrons and honorary chairs. They founded the Youth Athletes Foundation. The couple serve with the Collin County Boys and Girls Club as well. They work with many other charities. Mr. and Mrs. Stout are parents to two boys. When they are not busy investing time in charity work, IDLife or the Dallas Patriots, they enjoy spending time together as a family. Mr. Stout also travels around the world to speak at major events. He is a coveted keynote speaker and has appeared on many mainstream television and radio news broadcasts. Also, he has been featured in popular magazines such as the New York Times and several others.
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