Reawakening wellness to equip people with fitting tools for a healthier lifestyle, IDLife has teamed up with one of the leaders in wearable technology, Garmin International to make it easier for their customers to achieve healthier lifestyles.
The two companies plan to accomplish this by joining together Garmin activity tracking wearable device data into the IDWellness mobile app. The Activity Smart Scale, which tracks users progress to see results, is Wi-Fi connected and allows users to wirelessly sync their data to Garmin Connect. The device measures weight, body mass index, bone mass and more.
The partnership will also draw attention to Garmin’s line of vivo activity trackers. The trackers feature 1+ year battery life, a water rating of 50m and displays steps, calories, distance and more.
For example, the vivofit 3 also tracks all movement and becomes familiar with movement changes from a walk to a run.
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What’s more Garmin devices, which include wrist-based heart rate, smart alerts and a variety of activity summaries to track workouts, can be acquired in a number of colors, designs and sizes.
While the devices will be initially included in IDLife’s product line and available on the company’s website, future plans call for the devices to be available with IDLife’s activity and meal tracking platform called IDWellness.
The Texas based IDLife founder and chief executive officer Logan Stout is a well-known entrepreneur, philanthropist, coach, speaker and author.
Logan Stout launched the company in 2014. IDLife proposes custom guidance to individuals that are adapted to their health circumstances.
After graduating with a psychology degree from the University of Dallas, Stout played baseball professionally and founded the Dallas Patriots program where he concentrates on mentoring and advising youth.
As an author, Stout’s book “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People and Teams” is available in print.
Stout’s philanthropic activities include support for the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County, Youth Athletes Foundation, the American Heart Association and Frisco Family Services and more.
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