Ybell Coaching Course

This live, in-person training course focuses on training-the-trainers, and applies to coaches and other professionals. It provides simple, safe, and effective techniques that can enhance your training experience.

Understanding how to hold and move with the YBell means you can create exciting, fast-paced and highly variable workouts and goal-based programs that keep people engaged in their exercise sessions.

Insights

  • Course date: To be confirmed
  • Course fee: S$395
  • CEC’s / CEU’s: ACE 0.8, NASM 0.7, Fitness Australia 8.0, NSCF 3.5
  • SkillsFuture Credit Eligible & UTAP approved. If you wish to utilize your SkillsFuture Credits, please refer to the detailed instructions on the payment process.

    For more information, please refer to our FAQ here.

Key Outcomes:

> Know and be able to coach using various YBell grips
> Understand how different grips relate to traditional fitness tools
> Experience and be able to coach YBell workouts
> Know how to vary YBell exercises to create a broad range of movements to suit all clients
> Understand how to program YBell using the YBell Pod Programming System
> Create your own YBell Pods
> Become a YBell Coach

Which YBell is right for me?

You should consider using the smallest YBell (XS) 10 lb / 4.5 kg. Some people may be able to use the Small (S) 14 lb / 6 kg.

I train a few times a week, but don’t use weights.

You should consider using the Extra Small (XS) 10 lb / 4.5 kg or the Small (S) 14 lb / 6 kg YBell . Some people may be able to use the Medium (M) 18.5 lb / 8 kg YBell.

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

You should consider using the Small (S) 14 lb / 6 kg or Medium (M) 18.5 lb / 8 kg YBell .Some people may be able to use a Large (L) 22.5 lb / 10 kg YBell

I train every day and am super fit.

You should consider using the Medium (M) 18.5 lb / 8 kg, Large (L) 22.5 lb / 10 kg or Extra Large (XL) 27 lb / 12 kg YBell.

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