Why Logan Stout Founded IDLife

Logan Stout, 38, is a man of many talents. He is a motivational speaker, author, entrepreneur, and a philanthropist. At present, Stout is the CEO of IDLife. He founded the company in 2014 to provide customized nutrition to individuals as he respects the fact that different people have different nutritional needs. Stout believes that people in the best of health are people who can achieve their goals. Jen Wilderstrom and Troy Aikman have lauded the company for its efforts to improve the health and wellness of individuals. IDLife products are designed for weight management, skin care, and workout among other goals.

Stout is an accomplished baseball player. Although as a young lad he participated in different sports, he came to cherish baseball and basketball. When he attended J.J. Pearce High School in Richardson, TX Stout approached sports with a winning attitude, and he always strategized ways of appearing among the best in whatever venture he undertook. As a result of his love for sports, Stout was a member of his high school’s Student Athletic Council. What’s more, Stout was honored as the most valuable player (MVP) for his outstanding performance in junior and senior basketball leagues.

Several years after graduating from high school, Stout became a professional baseball player participating in 17 World Series. Stout has been not only a player but also a successful coach. He a renowned sports personality who has been part of different sports broadcasts and his opinions on matters sports is often sought after. For example, Dallas Child Magazine sought his opinion of the best way young coaches can train young players.

Stout’s love for the baseball game culminated in his founding of Dallas Patriots baseball organization; he is also the CEO of the organization. It is one of the largest organization in the world concerned with mentoring and leading youth. The organization provides professional instructors, coaches, trainers and mentors for select teams with baseball players as young as six and as old as 18. Dallas Patriots has churned out revered baseball players who often get opportunities to play as professionals.

As an author, Stout published “Stout Advice: The Secrets to Building Yourself, People, and Teams!” He is also a respected motivational speaker.

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