Yowza Elliptical Review

Yowza Elliptical ReviewNaples Elite Cardio-Core EVO Elliptical
  • Product: Naples Elite Cardio-Core EVO Elliptical 
  • Company: Yowza Fitness
  • Price: $2699
  • Waranties: Lifetime Frame and Braking System, 7 Years Parts and Electronics, 2 Years In-Home Labor
  • Delivery: Free Delivery and Professional Assembly
  • My Personal Rating: 9.9 out of 10

Hello!  Elliptical training can be one of the best ways to get cardio training and a total body workout in at the same time.  Many ellipticals are less impactful on your joints, and when your workout is finished you can still walk away feeling like you exerted yourself.

Today I wanted to discuss one of my personal favorite ellipticals in the fitness industry, the Naples Elite by Yowza Fitness.  If you’re looking for an elliptical that combines top of the line technology with fitness, this one fits that bill.

Cardio, Core, Upper Body, Lower Body

With the way this machine is designed, it emphasizes core movements more than any other elliptical I know.  This is because it’s made with a core training handlebar that rotates clockwise and counter clockwise while you’re using it.

You can also adjust the resistance of the handlebar so your upper body works harder than your lower body.  Conversely, you can adjust it the opposite way so your lower body works harder than your core and arms.

Being able to make these types of adjustments is called Target Shaping, and not a lot of ellipticals have this capability.  Since your core and upper body are involved extensively, it allows you to burn more calories than other trainers.


Since there’s very little impact to your ligaments and tendons, this helps increase the overall flexibility of your joints.  It has pivoting pedals to maximize the ergonomic alignment of your feet and ankles.


The Naples Elite has 16 levels of resistance and 5 custom programs.  This gives you a wide array of options to choose from, whether you’re a beginner or in an advanced stage of fitness.

It also has 9 user profiles that can be retained by its memory.  This way just about everyone in the family can use it and won’t have to re-enter all their information each time they get on it.  Please see the video below for more details on the trainer.


The elliptical comes with a 3 way adjustable fan to keep you cool and transportation wheels.  The wheels come in handy in case you want to move it from one room to another.  It has a push button, power driven seat that raises and lowers allowing you to get on and off the machine easily.


The Naples Elite has a blue tooth scale that remembers your body weight and enables you to customize a workout based on your weight.  Also, as your body weight changes, the machine will adjust your workout with its cloud system so you don’t have to do it manually.

The blue tooth has a built in sound system as well with high fidelity speakers.  This way you can listen to your favorite songs in a crystal clear tone.  You can also surf the web while using the trainer allowing you to multi-task if needed.

Another nice feature is it has a USB port for tablet and phone charging. Fitsound and MyLiveLight programs are also available with the machine.


The Naples Elite is a state of the art elliptical trainer that can help you accomplish many of your fitness goals.  If you’re looking to improve your cardio, core, burn a ton of calories, and enhance your total body strength this machine is a great choice.

It’s designed in a revolutionary way that doesn’t leave hardly any aspect of your fitness uncovered.  It is a little pricey compared to other ellipticals, however when you consider the quality and value you get in return, I highly recommend it.

It’s also nice to know that the machine is backed by Yowza Fitness, a very respected brand in the fitness industry.  They really do care about their customers’ fitness just like I do.  In fact, they offer a 30 day money back guarantee on all products, not including shipping, delivery, and assembly charges.  They also have financing available if you qualify.

Please click here for more information on the trainer or to order yours today!  If you have any comments or questions about the machine please let me know and I’ll get back to you.  Thanks for your time and have an awesome day!


4 thoughts on “Yowza Elliptical Review”

  1. This is the first time I have seen an elliptical machine where you sit down. Do you find the sitting position is better suited for targeting the core versus standing?

    I really like the upper section and how you do a steering motion. From watching the video, the steering motion seems to create a very well thought out compact movement involving the whole upper body.

    This definitely beats running on a treadmill. I always get shin splints, when I run on those. Thank you for the great post!

    1. Hi James,

      Sitting doesn’t really have an advantage over standing when it comes to core movements. The reason I like this elliptical is some people have knee or ankle problems which is harder for them while standing. As long as you’re moving your core a good amount during your workout it’ll still get strong whether your sitting or standing. Thanks so much for your input!


  2. Hey Jon,

    I have never tried the Yowza Elliptical but my gym does appear to have machines that are very similar and I must sat that I really enjoyed those.

    I enjoy doing competitive cycling as well and was wondering if you know of any good stationary bikes that I could possibly get into to train at home. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!

    1. Hi Alec,

      Thanks for reading my blog and commenting. When I used to work in a gym the bikes we had there were Lifecycle models. Those worked pretty well and most of the clients seemed to like them because of the variety of programs and levels they had. I do freelance training now out of my home and haven’t worked with the bikes in awhile, so not really up on the specific models. Good luck to you in your competitive cycling!


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