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Workout Flooring & Exercise Floor Rubber Mats & Tiles

is available in a wide variety of rubber flooring tiles and rolls to best match your workout flooring needs with your application. Choose from exercise flooring made out of foam, rubber, carpet, vinyl, and plastic.

Exercise floor options are suitable for both home and commercial workout flooring surfaces. Consider the type of workouts you'll be using the floor for when choosing the right product for your gym. Interlocking tiles are ideal for home exercise floors, since they're easy to install and come in a variety of colors, thicknesses, and materials. Interlocking tiles are usually available in a soft, cushioning kids foam floor, as well as in a more durable, firmer, slip-resistant rubber.


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Home gym execise mats and work out floor tiles and rubber rolls


is available in a wide variety of rubber flooring tiles and rolls to best match your workout flooring needs with your application. Choose from exercise flooring made out of foam, rubber, carpet, vinyl, and plastic.

Exercise floor options are suitable for both home and commercial workout flooring surfaces. Consider the type of workouts you'll be using the floor for when choosing the right product for your gym. Interlocking tiles are ideal for home exercise floors, since they're easy to install and come in a variety of colors, thicknesses, and materials. Interlocking tiles are usually available in a soft, cushioning kids foam floor, as well as in a more durable, firmer, slip-resistant rubber.






Exercise Flooring Options


Use rubber exercise floors for under weight equipment and cardio workout areas at home and for commercial exercise floor installations. Rubber flooring is available in rolled rubber and interlocking gym floor tiles. Rubber is usually used to protect flooring from heavy equipment and from dropping weights. Rubber is hard like a car tire and is, therefore, not ideal for floor exercises without a personal exercise mat. Choose an individual exercise mat for stretching or yoga.



The happy medium for a room where equipment and aerobic flooring activities will take place is a soft plastic flooring, such as our Staylock PVC tiles, or a plyometric rubber. Rolled rubber flooring tends to be a great option for large areas. It's a more economical solution for wide-open exercise floors, and results in fewer seams than smaller tiles create.

If you're looking for workout flooring that's comfortable and forgiving, then our interlocking exercise floor foam tiles may be the right choice. Foam tiles make for the softest flooring options available in an exercise room installation, and are preferred for cardio, martial arts, and other aerobic activities when shoes are worn. Foam tiles provide cushion and thermal insulation, and they are also incredibly easy to install.

Foam interlocking puzzle tiles for exercise flooring offer a safe, soft, and cushioned workout floor that can be used for aerobics, floor stretches, and cardio workouts. Foam is a popular option for basement flooring also, because the tiles can be installed directly over the concrete and can be easily removed as needed. Foam is waterproof and will not absord any moisture if the tiles get wet.

Generally, foam exercise floors are intended for foot traffic only. However, some specialty foam tiles are designed to withstand athletic shoes or boots. While you can install foam tiles under home exercise equipment, the foam flooring can become indented by heavier equipment. Treadmills or weight benches left in place for long periods of time can cause indentations in the foam tiles.



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