Two companies have joined forces and are rolling out a platform that will combine the worlds of health and fitness, wearable device technology meets customized nutritional supplement intake. IDLife, a multi-level marketing company specializing in health and wellness, has partnered with Garmin International Inc, the global leader in wearable technology, to bring users and participants access to Garmin device data through software provided by IDLife. The IDWellness app will offer integration of Garmin data into users program, IDLife clients will also be able to purchase Garmin products directly through the IDLife website.
IDLife health and wellness company produces top quality customized vitamins, supplements, and nutritional products. Garmin and IDLife both emphasize the importance a healthy lifestyle that is based on more than just weight number. Garmin’s Index Smart Scale produces numbers based on more than pounds, enabled via a wifi connection, it compares numerical data such as body mass index, body fat, water percentage and muscle mass.
A University of Dallas graduate, Logan Stout is CEO of the health and wellness company and created IDLife in 2014. Stout has grown IDLife into a highly-functioning business model and was recognized in 2016 for performance earning the honor of top 100 MLM companies worldwide. IDLife is comprised of a team of professionals including authors and fitness specialists.
A Former World Series baseball player and coach, Stout is also a motivational speaker and personal development mentor emphasizing the importance of leadership skills and dedicated to inspiring others to create and grow leadership skill sets. Active in the community and social media, Stout published a book on leadership and team-building skills. Stout is also a dedicated philanthropist contributes time volunteering for causes close to heart such as the Dallas Patriots organization, which offers baseball to youth and is composed of instructors, coaches, and training. Stout and family are also active in the Boys and Girls Club, American Heart Association, United Methodist Church and the Youth Athletes Foundation.