Logan Stout + IDLife + Garmin = Good Health

IDLife is partnering with Garmin to offer a wearable fitness device to all of its customers. Beginning June 1, 2017, IDLife customers will be able to purchase Garmin’s line of vivo activity trackers and the Garmin Index Smart Scale on IDLife.com.

IDLife and Garmin believe that good health is a great deal more than just a number on a scale, good health is a way of life. With that in mind, the wearable fitness device offered by the two companies will connect over wifi and it will measure a multitude of health factors. These health factors include weight, body mass index (BMI), body fat, water percentage, and skeletal muscle mass. With the ability to see all of these different aspects of a their health, people who own this product will have a better idea of the status of their health beyond just the number that is found on a scale.

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Garmin has been in the wearable fitness device market for over ten years and has become one of the leaders in this field. IDLife exists to help people lead healthy lifestyles by offering high-quality, customized vitamins and nutritional products. The combination of these two well-known, well-respected companies makes sense and will provide consumers with the best products to help them on their health journey.

Logan Stout, the founder and CEO of IDLife, has been a huge part of making the company what it is today. Stout is an accomplished business owner, philanthropist, speaker, and leadership trainer and he used many of these skills in making IDLife succeed. Logan Stout has a vision and passion for educating people on the importance of health and wellness and for providing high-quality products to help them succeed on their health journey.

Stout’s passion does not end in helping others succeed in living a physically healthy life. He also wants to help people build their leadership skills so that they can succeed in every facet of life. He has partnered with experts in both leadership and health and wellness to accomplish these goals in his business.

Learn more about Logan Stout: https://www.glassdoor.com/Overview/Working-at-IDLife-EI_IE1155461.11,17.htm

Jason Halpern Makes a Difference in the Lives of Over 650 Ethiopians and Nepalese Locals

Jason Halpern: Real Estate Entrepreneur

Jason Halpern is as handsome as he is accomplished. After taking over the family business, JMH Development, in 2010 Jason has been diligently working. Mr. Halpern is quite the busy man dividing his time and attention between many business projects. He is involved in multiple projects in the state of New York including Townhouses for Cobblestone Hill. He is also involved in Aloft South Beach, a 235 room hotel in South Miami Beach. Aloft South Beach promotes the JMH Development philosophy; it is hotel that has been the product of restoration of historical structures.

Jason Halpern with his Working Mates

In addition to his role as owner and business, Jason Halpern makes time for his philanthropic interests. Jason is strongly involved in the success of the philanthropy, Joel A. Halpern Trauma at Westchester Medical Center, a charity in which he has strong investment. This Level I Trauma Center provides necessary medical care to those in need of medical assistance. The services provided include: open heart surgery, care for burn victims, reattachment of limbs, complex emergency neurosurgical and orthopedic surgery, and care for individuals with internal injury.

Jason Halpern Scale Model

Joel A. Halpern Trauma is not the only charity Jason Halpern is known for promoting. In 2015, Jason expanded his charitable interest by becoming involved in the provision of clean water to Ethiopians and Nepalese locals supplying over 650 individuals with pure water. Jason completed this task by partnering with a global water non-profit promising $20,000 in water donations for every contract signed at Three Hundred Collins. The charitable efforts of Jason Halpern have made a difference in the lives of many.