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YBELL ONLINE INTRO WORKSHOP

This 2-hour online workshop is a compelling introduction of YBell and the basic essentials for safely using the product.

$99.99
(1 review) Write a review
Length:
2 hours
CEC’s:
NASM 0.4, Fitness Australia 2.0

The YBell Online Intro Workshop is a compelling introduction to YBell and the basic essentials for safely using the product at home or in training arenas.

Length: 2-hours 

CEC's: NASM 0.4

Key Outcomes:

  • Introduction to YBells
  • The Importance of Grips
  • YBell Intro Exercises
  • Intro to Pod Training

1 Review

  • 5
    Ybell online intro workshop

    Posted by Milena Hoffman on Sep 26th 2020

    This introductory course was extremely useful in explaining the foundations of this innovative piece of equipment. As a fitness instructor, I want to be able to properly explain Ybell movements, grips, purpose, design and benefits to my clients. This course has given me the tools to do this. I have been often asked why the Ybell mass is not displayed on its surface, which I wondered as well and after taking the course it makes complete sense! In addition, the course provides ideas on how to design Ybell workouts for maximum efficiency. One thing I like in particular is how the course includes many videos of Aaron Laurence, the inventor of the Ybell, cueing and performing movements with the Ybell. You learn how to adapt a wide range of kettlebell, medicine ball, dumbbell and pushup bar movements with the Ybell. You also learn movements suited best for the Ybell which would be difficult to complete with another piece of equipment. I feel more confident providing quality instruction by having the fundamental knowledge of the YBell. I highly recommend this course for trainers, fitness instructors and Ybell enthusiasts!

Right Ybell

Which YBell is
right for me?

I’ve never trained before.
You should consider using the smallest YBell (XS) 9.5 lb / 4.3 kg. Some people may be able to use the Small (S) 14.3 lb / 6.5 kg. If you aren’t sure, contact us Here.

Different Ybell

I train a few times a week, but don’t use weights.
You should consider using the Extra Small (XS) 9.5 lb / 4.3 kg or the Small (S) 14.3 lb / 6.5 kg YBell . Some people may be able to use the Medium (M) 17.6 lb / 8 kg YBell. If you aren’t sure, contact us Here.

Use Ybell

I train a few times a
week and use weights like
kettlebells or dumbbells.

You should consider using the Small (S) 14.3 lb / 6.5 kg or Medium (M) 17.6 lb / 8 kg YBell .Some people may be able to use a Large (L) 22 lb / 10 kg YBell. If you aren’t sure, contact us Here.

Train Ybell

I train every day and
am super fit.

You should consider using the Medium (M) 17.6 lb / 8 kg, Large (L) 22 lb / 10 kg or Extra Large (XL) 26.4 lb / 12 kg YBell. If you aren’t sure, contact us Here.

I’m still not sure.
No problem! You can contact us Here and we’ll help you out!