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Plyometric Mat Flooring Options - Rubber, PVC and Foam Matting

If you do plyometric exercises, it’s important to ensure that you have the right flooring. At Greatmats, our wide selection of plyometric mats can help you to outfit your home gym, your commercial gym, and everything in between.

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Impact Absorbing Exercise Flooring for Safety During Plyometric Workouts

If you do plyometric exercises, it’s important to ensure that you have the right flooring. At Greatmats, our wide selection of plyometric mats can help you to outfit your home gym, your commercial gym, and everything in between.


Why Plyometric Mats Matter



When you’re doing plyometric exercises like box jumps or jumping rope, you’re putting additional strain on your body – and your joints in particular. Every jump exercise means impact that your body has to absorb, and those repetitive stresses can lead to soreness and even injury.

Think of the types of exercises you do with Beachbody, P90X, and Insanity programs – they’re great workouts but create additional strain and stress on your body. You need a special floor product that’s just right for this type of workout.

Plyometric mats are designed to help absorb some of that shock. Made of rubber, foam, or PVC, these mats offer enough shock absorption to keep your joints safe, but they aren’t so soft that your balance is affected or you can’t get a firm base to push off of.

Plyometric mats and rolls offer several advantages. You can install them right over your existing floor, making any space more versatile. They help to keep you comfortable, allowing you to work out for longer without the aches and pains you might experience with a standard floor.

These mats also help you to perform at your best, giving you the right amount of firmness to push off against for better overall training. And, they can be valuable tools in helping to prevent injuries.

Options in Choosing Your Plyometric Mat



At Greatmats, we offer a wide selection of plyometric flooring. You’ll have plenty of products and features to choose from, so you can find the flooring that’s best for your needs.

Rolls, Mats, or Tiles



Plyometric material is available in multiple forms, including tiles and rolls. You’ll need to decide which option is best for your gym.

Plyometric rolls are ideal when you’re looking to cover larger areas. They’re available in multiple thicknesses and tend to be the most economical choice when you consider what they cost per square foot.

We also offer an assortment of plyometric tiles. These tiles feature a variety of interlocking options, including puzzle edges for easy installation.

Installation Method



Different plyometric mats can be installed in different ways, so consider whether you’re looking for a permanent installation or if you might want to be able to easily remove the mats in the future.

Some interlocking tiles and rolls can be dry laid, and they can even be installed on top of your existing flooring. These flooring options can help to soften your existing flooring without requiring that you completely remodel the space. They can also make the space versatile, since you can remove the flooring as needed.

When you buy plyometric rolls, they can usually be dry laid or installed with a glue-down method. This glue-down method helps to keep them in place long-term, though it is a bit more labor-intensive initially.

Thickness



Plyometric tile and roll thicknesses vary. Our rolls are available in 6mm, 8mm, and 10mm thicknesses, while our tiles are available in ½-inch, ¾-inch - even 2-inch thicknesses - and more.

Generally speaking, the thicker the mat, the more shock absorption it offers. These thicker mats tend to be more versatile, with some of them being suitable for use in weightlifting areas of your gym, too. The thicker mats are also a bit more durable, making them popular choices for commercial spaces that see intense use and high amounts of traffic.

Texture



Our plyometric flooring also comes in numerous texture options. You might find the smooth texture of foam more conducive to the types of exercises you’re doing, or the highly textured bump top PVC option might be more appealing because of how it maximizes traction.

The best texture for you will depend on the types of exercises you’re doing, your footwear, and your preferences.

Color



When buying a plyometric mat, you’ll find that many of our rubber products are available in a standard black. However, our foam and PVC tiles are available in a wide variety of colors.

These colored options offer you many design possibilities. You can buy tiles in colors that complement your business’ branding, and can even get them in assorted colors to create fun patterns with your flooring.

Choosing the Right Plyometric Mat



With so many products to choose from, you’re sure to find the right plyometric mat for your needs here at Greatmats. Whether you’re outfitting a 10x10 home gym or an entire room of your commercial space, we have many products that can suit your needs.

If you have questions or need a shipping quote, please contact our Greatmats customer service team. We’re happy to answer your questions and help you to find the best product for your needs.