The YBell Is 4 Pieces of Exercise Equipment in 1 — Perfect For a Home Gym

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If you don't have a lot of room to spare in your home gym, you'll love the versatility of YBells. This four-in-one piece of exercise equipment can be used in place of dumbbells, kettlebells, double-grip medicine balls, and push-up stands. You can use these space-saving YBells for strength training and cardio exercises. Since there are four handles, you can grip them in various ways to do a range of exercises. Read on to learn more details about the five different YBell weights, how to use them, and how much they cost.

What Is a YBell?
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What Is a YBell?

A YBell is a compact type of weight shaped like a triangular prism. Featuring four handles on the outside and one in the center, it's more versatile than a dumbbell or a kettlebell, since you can hold it in various ways.

What Is the YBell Made Of?
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What Is the YBell Made Of?

The YBell Neo is a metal weight that's coated in nonslip, nonrust neoprene. It feels smooth and soft, and it's easy to grip — even when your hands get sweaty.

What Sizes Does the YBell Come In, and How Much Do They Cost?
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What Sizes Does the YBell Come In, and How Much Do They Cost?

The YBell Neo comes in five sizes:

  • XS (10 lb/4.5 kg); $60 each
  • S: (14 lb/6 kg); $65 each
  • M: (18.5 lb/8 kg); $70 each
  • L: (122.5 lb/10 kg); $75 each
  • XL (27 lb/12 kg); $80 each

You can order one YBell or a pair. For even more versatility during workouts, consider getting two different sets of weights.

For price comparison, a pair of kettlebells of the same weight (about $125), a pair of dumbbells (about $60), a dual-grip medicine ball (about $60), and a set of push-up stands (about $15) would cost you around $260 in total.

How Do You Use a YBell?
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How Do You Use a YBell?

You can use YBells for any exercise you'd use dumbbells, kettlebells, a dual-grip medicine ball, or a push-up stand for. All you need to do to is change how you're holding the YBell.

My personal favorite YBell exercises are bicep curls, step-ups, thrusters, lunges, plank rows, deadlifts, and lunges with a press.

You can also check out the YBell YouTube channel for exercise ideas and full workouts. Here are some of my favorites: