The Top 3 Customer Uses for Plyometric Rubber Rolls
By Created: September, 2017 - Modified: August, 2023
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1. Home GymsCustomers find that plyometric rubber gym flooring rolls do wonders for home gyms. Not only do the rubber gym flooring rolls protect bodies from injury, they also protect a home's structure. Three-eighths inches of high quality rubber material will protect wood, concrete and other materials from permanent damage. With plyometric gym flooring rolls, there's no need to worry about scratches, scuffs, and dings on subflooring that would be extremely costly to replace. Plus, these gym flooring rolls can be easily picked up and put away, so it's possible to turn any room into a temporary gym.
Take it from Brian in California, who utilizes 3/8 inch Plyometrics Mats in his home:
''I use the mat for Insanity and other cardio/plyometric/PAP workouts. At workout time, it's unrolled onto the living room floor. The floor is a wood laminate, and the mat does not slide at all regardless of lateral jumping. It provides great traction, even with substantial sweat on the surface. It's somewhat heavy, but that keeps it in place during use and is a function of its excellent durability. Very happy with this mat. When done working out, I just let it air dry, roll it up, and it's out of the way.''
2. Dance SubfloorAnother popular purpose for rubber gym flooring rolls is as a dance subfloor. Plyometric rubber flooring can be installed underneath Marley and other vinyl flooring to provide cushion and support for dancers. Plyometric rubber flooring contributes to the safety of any athletic space such as a dance floor. The rubber gym flooring rolls yields just the right amount of cushion to protect joints and limbs from impact injuries and strains. At the same time, these rubber gym flooring rolls have plenty of traction to prevent falls.
Victoria from Massachusetts uses 3/8 inch Plyo Mats in her dance studio, and wrote, ''I am very happy with this product. I used it as a sub-floor for a ballet studio, and it feels great! It gives some cushion for jumps, yet it is firm enough for pointe work.''
3. Commercial Fitness FacilitiesPlyometric rubber rolls are easily installed in commercial fitness facilities. Plyometric rubber flooring comes in customizable lengths, starting at 30 feet long and can be cut down to fit any nooks and crannies. It doesn't take much to lay rolls flat and adhere to the subfloor with a double-sided tape. Once installed, plyometric rubber flooring won't slip or slide around, even under repeated intense movements or heavy impacts. Plus, buyers save money because they are able to install mats themselves and do not need to pay anyone to do it for them.
Tina, who runs a commercial fitness facility, reviewed Plyometric Mats after installing them in her new fitness center.
''The mats I purchased from Greatmats for my new facility are wonderful. They are much more comfortable than the mats I previously had and because they are in a roll, they don't walk everywhere.''