4-in-1 piece of fitness equipment; kettlebell, dumbbell, double grip med ball, push-up stand all in one.

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  • Designed by experts in fitness and industrial design
  • Non slip, non rust neoprene
  • Ideal for training anywhere
  • Proven efficient workouts
  • New unique YBell exercises

58 Reviews

  • 5
    Medium YBell

    Posted by Thomas Morrison on Sep 26th 2020

    Enjoying my new YBell - way better than a kettlebell. More versatile!!

  • 5
    I like the weights

    Posted by Richard on Sep 26th 2020

    Great weights that are a nice addition to my workout from home gear. They are easy to use and add variety to my workouts.

  • 5
    XS neo ybell

    Posted by Cheryl on Sep 26th 2020

    Love the versatility of the ybell. Grip material is comfortable and easy to hold.

  • 5
    Outstanding Product

    Posted by Bill Porter on Sep 25th 2020

    Was blown away at the balance and functionality of this product. Sometimes when you see online posts of new products they don't live up to their hype..... The YBELL's work and are amazing! Can't recommend them enough!

  • 5

    Posted by Jordy Schmidt on Sep 25th 2020

    Love the YBells! I seriously use them more than my dumbbells and kettlebells combined. Actually love them most for my pushups; I think my form has drastically improved and I'm not having shoulder pain now!

  • 5
    Y bell

    Posted by Maureen Gallagher on Sep 24th 2020

    Awesome out of the box dual idea .. love it

  • 5
    Great design, well made

    Posted by Joe on Sep 24th 2020

    First off, these are really well made. The bells feel really solid and the rubber coating is grippy. They work really well for many types of movements including kettlebell swings, curls, presses, etc. A few things I noticed was in a workout I was doing curls and then doing a pushup with one hand on the bell. This was a bit of an issue as I was curling using the internal crossbar of the bell and then had to switch to the top bar, which was fine, I just had to get used to switching my grip. My only other complaint is I wish you made heavier models. I think you should go up to at least 35 lbs. A nice efficient setup (speaking from a 40 something, fit male would be M-XL YBells and then complement that with a 45 and 53 lb kettlebells. That way you get really nice flexible Ybells with the heavier weights needed for stronger people. Overall, very happy with my purchase. Well made and I can do a ton of exercises with these.

  • 5
    I saw this product online and looked interesting . The website is great and ordering was simple . Product arrived perfectly packaged. The Ybells are ingenious and should be the new standard for anyone that what’s to workout with weights .There are so

    Posted by Stephen on Sep 19th 2020

    Love these

  • 5
    Large Y-bell x2

    Posted by Manuel G on Sep 18th 2020

    Bought these when my plastic push-up bars broke. This is a clever piece of engineering. Like, why didn't anyone think of this before? It appears to be single solid cast and it kinda modernizes kettlebells into a shape that is pretty practical storage-wise and provides some more flexibility that a dumbbell or KB can't provide. I have a small home so this replaced other things. So now I have 2 Y-bells and 1 super heavy regular KB. They have a soft coating and the weight is spread out, so I'm okay with putting them on my wooden floors (unlike the KB which I put a pad under it).

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.

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