The Yowza Boca is a higher end treadmill in the company's non-folding series with a lot of unique technologies built in to keep you motivated to reach your fitness goals. Strong, durable and intuitive, this one is a real winner.
The Boca is uniquely styled, with a futuristic looking console and dotted side rails, along with its jet black frame.
Let's take a look at some of the best features...
The Yowza Boca gets very good reviews from users and experts alike, as it is just packed with features that you just won't find anywhere else, especially under $2000.
For starters, you get a powerful yet quiet 3.5HP motor, 12 degrees of power incline, up to 12 mph speed and the patented Swing-Arm Suspension deck that both reduces impact and improves calorie burn.
The deck is very large at 20" x 63", a step up from the Daytona model, so it can easily accommodate all size users. It is also triple laminated and virtually maintenance free.
On top of the impressive specs, it also has very interesting technology built in. You get Intelligent Weight Management (IWM) with a Bluetooth wireless scale included, which suggests the ideal workout for you based on your weight.
The Boca also has Yowza's myLiveLight technology for tracking and sharing your workouts and daily activity.
You can adjust your speed with just a wave of your hand with motion speed control handrails, another cool feature that allows for minimal workout interruption.
Other great features include Fitsound Bluetooth speakers, 7 preset workouts, built in tablet rack, 3 speed fan and a wireless chest strap included for accurate readings.
If you're interested in streaming your music through the machine, take a look at the Daytona Plus as well.
Any negatives? Not really. The Yowza Boca pretty much has it all. And the price is right. Our only gripe is that it doesn't include a touch screen display like some other near $2000 machines. But other than that, this one is a real winner.
As you move up the ladder of non-folding Yowza treadmills you get more and more features, so it's a matter of deciding which ones most appeal to you.
The Boca is the next to top end model...the only thing it's missing is streaming music, but it has IWM, myLiveLight, swing arm cushioning, FitSound bluetooth and so much more.
With a strong motor, nice incline and large runner's deck, the Boca is a very nice choice in the sub $2000 category.