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4-in-1 Fitness Equipment

YBELL ARC SERIES

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Introducing the all-new YBell Arc: Functional fitness, simplified. The Arc Series are our lighter line of YBells that range from 2.4 lb / 1.1 kg to 5.5 lb / 2.5 kg.

40-ARC-L:
Arc Lite (2.4 lb | 1.1 kg)
41-ARC:
Arc (5.5 lb | 2.5 kg)
$79.98
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The YBell Arc is Great for:

  • Yoga, Pilates, Barre

  • Spinning

  • Boxing

  • Pre-Hab / Re-Hab

  • Description -+

    • Weight range of 2.4 lb / 1.1 kg to 5.5 lb / 2.5 kg 
    • Same 4-in-1 functionality
    • Non-slip, non-rust neoprene coated
    • Comfortable, compact, and easy to use
    • Ideal solution for lighter weight-oriented users
    • YBell-specific exercises and workout routines

The Most Versatile Weight

The 4-in-1 YBell Arc is seen as more than just the best starter kettlebell set for various reasons. Instead of just having a kettlebell, the YBell Arc also emulates a dumbbell, double grip medicine ball and push-up stand. With the YBell, a grip change is an equipment change. By changing your grip on the YBell, the weight distribution shifts changing it from one piece of equipment to another.

Dumbbell — Center Grip

When grabbing the YBell by the Center Grip, the weight is evenly distributed allowing it to serve as a dumbbell. Perform standard dumbbell exercises such as bicep curls, overhead presses, and more.

Kettlebell — Outer Grip

Grabbing the YBell by the outer grip allows it to emulate a kettlebell. Because the weight distribution isn't as harsh as a standard kettlebell, the YBell is seen as the best kettlebell weight set for beginners.

Double Grip Medicine Ball — Under Grip & Double Grip

In addition to being the best kettlebell starter set, the YBell also serves as a double grip medicine ball by utilizing the multiple grips.

Push-Up Stand — Top Grip

Like some kettlebell weight sets for beginners, the YBell also serves as a push-up stand. You're able to perform any number of ground based exercises, including kettlebell strength training exercises for beginners.

Award-Winning Design

After reviewing thousands of different fitness products, there were only a mere handful that fell under Women's Health Magazine and Men's Health Magazine's list of best free weights and we're happy to announce that that the YBell was atop that list. According to Health & Fitness Directors for both publications, the YBell's multi-grip design allowed for the utmost versatility - a crucial factor you look for when it comes to reviewing the best free weights on the market. The ability to do dumbbell, kettlebell, double grip medicine ball and push-up stand movements made the YBell second to none when it comes to home gym free weights and kettlebell weight sets for beginners.

Women's Health Magazine — Most Versatile Free Weight

"I was blown away at how functional these weights were, thanks to the unique shape and ergonomic design." - Jacqueline Andriakos (Health & Fitness Director - Women's Health Magazine)

Men's Health Magazine — Most Versatile Dumbbell

“When is a dumbbell not a dumbbell? When it has four different gripping points that allow you to swing it like a kettlebell, grasp it with two hands like a med ball, stabilize your body on it like a pushup stand, and, oh, do dumbbell exercises, too."

Efficient, Space-Saving
Fitness Equipment

We understand that maximizing the space in your home gym, club or studio is crucial. With the YBell's 4-in-1 functionality and ergonomic design, you remove the need for multiple pieces of equipment and the space needed to store them. Instead of having a pair of kettlebells, dumbbells, medicine balls and push-up stands, simply purchase a pair of YBells and you get all those and more. Couple that fact with our space-saving vertical rack, and you’ll truly have the best free weights for your home gym or club or studio.

YBell Workouts

Whether you're at home, in the gym or on the road, we have a vast library of exercises and workouts you can access at any time. If you're using your YBells, the best free weight set for your home gym, then you can head over to our YouTube channel (@ybellfitness) or our Instagram (@ybellfitness) for some unique and creative workouts posted by our YBell community. If you'd like a little more structure and want to follow a plan, then check out the YBell Fitness app, available for both iOS and Android. The app contains free workouts and over 16 weeks of customized workouts from our inventor and founder, Az!

Buy The Best Functional Free Weights At YBell Fitness!

We’re viewed by our customers and top industry publications as the best free weights for your home gym for a multitude of reasons.put arbitrary HTML code into the page. Invalid HTML code may cause issues with the preview pane.

  1. The versatility of having four traditional fitness tools in one
  2. The compact and ergonomic design which takes up less space
  3. The simplicity of using multiple handles to distribute the weight for certain exercises
  4. The ability to incorporate multiplanar and compound movements for more advanced exercises and fitness enthusiasts
  5. The comfort of the neoprene coating

1 Review

  • 5
    The Perfect Rehab Tool

    Posted by Rick on Feb 6th 2022

    For multiple reasons, I needed a very light, well-made weight for Rehab purposes, and so I decided to order one 5.5-pound ARC and give it a try. I'm very glad I did. It is absolutely perfect for my needs, and has exceeded my expectations. Five minutes after it was delivered I gave it a "test drive," and I knew immediately that I had found just the Rehab tool I needed. My ARC is allowing me to keep exercising when I might otherwise have had to stop, being just heavy enough to provide a bit of resistance but light enough that it doesn't aggravate my multiple physical issues. I couldn't ask for more. Thank you, YBell, for making this outstanding product available.

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