Yowza Daytona Treadmill Review

Another innovation from Yowza Fitness is the Daytona Treadmill. Made from high quality commercial motor, scratch-resistant and sturdy steel frame and weight management programs, the Yowza Daytona is an excellent choice of amateurs and experienced runner who weighs up to 350 pounds. Perfect at home to share with the family. It allows multiple users and each user could save their profile with their own designed workout programs.

Yowza Daytona Treadmill Review

With an average size of 20-inch by 60-inch running surface, the Daytona comes with a 3.0 HP continuous duty motor which supports running speed of .5 to 11 mph and has a 12 percent inclination. Unlike other Yowza treadmills, it doesn’t have a decline feature but expect a whisper-quiet operation with its balanced heavy flywheel.

It has a unique feature of having IWM (Intelligent Workout Management) software that enables user to track, reach and maintain their weight using a wireless electronic scale. It comes with 15 workout programs which allow up to nine individual users, they will be able to track their own progress using their own user ID’s and set their own preferences as they run. Each user could have a heart rate control programs, a fitness test based on heart rate recovery, speed interval programs, a 5K workout and other built-in treadmill workout programs.

A console with a quick-start buttons that let you adjust speed and incline, you can easily start with your exercise right away. The Daytona’s console is designed with two cup holders, heart rate monitors, two three-speed fans and an MP3 jack with an excellent set of high fidelity speakers. The audio is also iPod compatible.

While some are having trouble maintaining their treadmill, especially with the belt lubrication, the Yowza Daytona’s deck is wax-injected and has three layers of lamination which is specifically designed to last for a lifetime without any maintenance needed.

Pulse monitors or heart monitors are wireless and hand-grip in the Yowza Daytona treadmill. These monitors automatically adjust during the intensity of the program and can assess the fitness of each user. Injuries are common among runners, thus, they tend to choose treadmills that will support and help aid their joints while running. An excellent shock absorption technology is normally what runners look for in a treadmill.

The Daytona has a floating deck with elastomer rings and has variable cushioning. This cushioning gives substantial support in areas where runners push off the track and additional cushioning to where they feet landed. To further minimize the impact on the ankles, knees and other joints, a progressive swing-arm technology is applied in the treadmill.

Warranty must always be considered when choosing a treadmill. You have to make sure that you are making the most out of your money. With the entire family using the treadmill, it will eventually break. The Daytona includes a lifetime guarantee on the motor drive system and the frame. While they provide a 2 year in-home labor with a 5 year protection for other parts such as the belt, deck, electronics and rollers.