The development of the YBell has been a labour of love for inventor and personal trainer Aaron Laurence. Over the last 15 years Aaron has trained thousands of people on Australia’s famous Bondi Beach.
He was using traditional training tools, dumbbells, kettlebells and medicine balls, to create his own brand of High-Intensity Resistance Training (HIRT). With his member numbers growing it became impossible to keep incorporating multiple pieces of equipment into his sessions. The solution to the problem was the YBell. One piece of equipment that did everything he was already doing and more!
The YBell has been carefully designed by experts in fitness and industrial design to make it easy and accessible. It has been designed and redesigned to get it right.
A grip change is an equipment change. Watch the video to see how to hold the YBell and the different grips in action.
Unique YBell workouts designed by the inventor and trainer, Aaron. FREE introductory workouts, with much more once you’ve mastered the basics. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, YBell streamlines your workout. You can also access our workouts on the YBell App on the App Store or Google Play.
I’ve never trained before.
You should consider using the smallest YBell (XS) 4.3kg. Some people may be able to use the Small (S) 6.5kg.
I train a few times a week, but don’t use weights.
You should consider using the Extra Small (XS) 4.5kg or the Small (S) 6kg YBell . Some people may be able to use the Medium (M) 8kg YBell.
I train a few times a week and use weights like kettlebells or dumbbells.
You should consider using the Small (S) 6kg or Medium (M) 8kg YBell . Some people may be able to use a Large (L) 10kg YBell.
I train every day and am super fit.
You should consider using the Medium (M) 8kg, Large (L) 10kg or Extra Large (XL) 12kg YBell .