Health & Wellness brand, IDLife, recently partnered with technology innovation giant Germin with the goal of aligning their belief that true health goes far beyond the simple number on the scale and extends to the most important aspects of health – a holistic healthy lifestyle. As you know, Garmin is a world leader in the development of wearable technology.
Starting this past January, IDLife customers can purchase from Garmin’s line of vivo trackers that monitor your activity levels. Customers will also see Garmin wearable device data integrated with their mobile apps to manage their health and wellness goals and journey as they move about their busy lives.
The goal of IDLife is to ensure people can have a healthy lifestyle. The company offers top-quality nutritional products and vitamins and also gives customers very simple steps each day to real their health goals. By partnering with Garmin, IDLife is taking that offering to the digital level in order to make reaching those goals more tech-friendly and simple than ever. The product will measure more than simply weight, but key factors such as Body Mass Index and Skeletal Mass Index that are often just as important as weight, especially as we age over time.
IDLife, LLC is the brainchild of Logan Stout. He is a well-known entrepreneur, author, philanthropist, keynote speaker and mentor to some of today’s top leaders. He has a sterling track record for developing leaders of tomorrow, instilling principles of success and has generated billions of dollars through his career. He is a believer in technology and ensuring IDLife is always on the cutting edge of new trends.
Stout is very well-known for mentoring and public speaking. He has been featured on television, numerous live events and seminars and radio programs. He is also a regularly featured guest contributor to publications and outlets such as the New York Times, Dallas Morning News, Philadelphia Life Magazine, FOX, CBS radio and The Ticket. In addition, Stout was highly honored by Philadelphia Life Magazine as their “Man of the Year.”