Most of us want to exercise and stay healthy, but our busy schedules can make it hard to go to the gym. For that reason, we recommend incorporating strength training at home. We are excited to share three highly effective full-body workouts that you can easily work into your routine from the comfort of your own home.
When you’re training your chest, you probably use dumbbells and barbells to get the job done. But, kettlebells are a great alternative and can be just as effective for building strength and muscle mass.
Should you do cardio after leg day? That’s the age-old question. Some might worry cardio will kill gains while others swear by it. In this post, we will dive deep into the science behind this question and provide insights to help you make the best decision during your workouts.
If you're looking to build a bigger and stronger back, incorporating lower lat exercises into your routine is a must. While the upper back often takes the spotlight, neglecting the development of the lower lat muscles can lead to an imbalanced physique and limited overall strength.
Strong legs are the key to enhancing athletic performance and maintaining fluidity throughout your everyday movements. Think about it – we use our legs every single day in so many different ways.
We are thrilled to announce that YBell Fitness has won a Women’s Running magazine award for the YBell Neo as the Best in Test in the Tech category. The YBells are featured in the Essential Kit section of the June 2021 issue. “Best in Test” is defined by the magazine as “brilliant performance from highly technical, stylish kit."
Twice as nice! For the second consecutive year, YBell Fitness has earned a Women’s Health Fitness Award.
We are thrilled to announce that YBell Fitness has won a 2021 Women’s Health Fitness Award for our YBell Neo as the Best Free Weights!
Whether you’re male or female, new to working out or an experienced athlete, let’s face it: pullups and push-ups are not easy to master. Have you ever wondered why it’s taking so long to do your first pullup or what may be keeping you from your new personal record (PR) in push-ups? One thing to consider is the quality of your training versus the quantity.