Foam Gym Flooring

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Foam gym flooring is an ideal material for home gyms and commercial gyms, as it provides anti-fatigue benefits. Athletes receive protection from lower leg and lower body injuries with a cushioned foam floor.

Greatmats has multiple types of EVA foam gym flooring that are easy to install and clean. Interlocking foam puzzle floor tiles require no glue, which means customers can disassemble the home gym flooring and return to the original floor at any time.

How Customers Use Our Foam Gym Flooring

Making use of foam padding as the floor of a workout space delivers quite a bit of versatility for customers. This shock absorbent flooring fulfills many use case options.
  • Workout Room Full Layout: Customers who want to convert a bedroom or basement to a workout space at home often choose to use a foam tile installation across the entire room. Foam pads have a reasonable cost per square foot of coverage.
  • Weightlifting Area: When lifting barbells with large amounts of weight, customers may need rubber floors to protect the subfloor from dropped weights. However, for hand weights and smaller amounts of weight, foam gym flooring should provide the desired level of protection.
  • Underneath Workout Machines: Foam floor mats provide a great subfloor to use as padding underneath weight machines, stationary bikes, treadmills, rowing machines, and more. Such pads prevent the machines from sliding around and cut down on noise.
  • Ground-Based Workouts: Foam gym flooring works well for martial arts studios, as it provides cushioning against falls for workouts featuring MMA and similar disciplines. Some customers use foam as the primary floor in a yoga studio before placing yoga mats over the top for maximum comfort.

Choosing Foam vs. Rubber Gym Floor Options

Along with foam gym flooring, rubber gym flooring is another popular choice for gymnasiums. Rubber roll products and interlocking rubber tiles deliver a higher level of durability than foam gym flooring.

However, interlocking tile foam floors are easier to install and cost less than rubber flooring for workout spaces.

Some types of foam have a tatami surface texture, which protects against skin burns. Rubber does not offer this type of protection. We carry many different colors and sizes of the best martial arts foam floor tiles that have tatami surfaces.