Rubber Gym Flooring: Mats, Tiles, Rolls

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Find rubber gym flooring for home and professional workout facilities. Get answers to your questions, free product samples, and live help from our expert sales team. Greatmats has rubber gym mats and flooring options in black, color fleck, and custom colors. Use rubber gym floors for weightlifting, cardio, and cross fitness training centers. Call for volume pricing.

Rubber gym matting is a flooring option commonly used for exercising and often made of recycled material. It is designed for athletic workout surfaces that require durable, long-lasting performance in commercial or residential settings.

Exercise Mats for Gym Floors

A rubber roll works nicely for gym floor matting. It is great for larger installations. It reduces the number of seams compared to gym floor tiles.

Installation is fairly easy and involves simply unrolling the flooring and butting rolls next to each other. An individual roll is hefty, so having a few people on hand to lift the roll is a good idea.

At Greatmats, we offer numerous roll thickness choices, up to 1/2 inch thick.

Lengths can be custom cut as needed. We have pre-sized 10-foot-long rolls that can ship via ground service. Longer rolls would require freight delivery.

1/4-inch rubber rolls are great to place under athletic fitness equipment, while 3/8-inch or 8mm rolls are the most common in commercial gyms and weight rooms. 1/2-inch-thick rubber rolls are designed for use under heavy free weights.

Our recycled rubber gym flooring rolls are suitable for virtually any use. They can be used in middle schools, high schools, college fitness centers, homes, and businesses.

Larger sections measure 4 feet wide and 25 or 50 feet long, covering 100 to 200 square feet per roll. They’re suitable for large-scale installations.

Rolled rubber is one of the thinnest gym flooring options, and thickness recommendations are generally based on the weight of the exercise equipment and how it will be used. Stationary equipment can often get by with thinner rubber than free weights and mobile exercise equipment.

Rubber Gym Floor Tiles and Mats

Gym floor tiles or pavers are some of the most versatile gym flooring options. They can be 1 inch or thicker, delivering the most durable indoor selection.

Pavers generally range from 1 to 3 inches in thickness, while puzzle-style interlocking tiles are 3/4 inch thick or less. Nearly all options can be installed with or without adhesives to create a stable surface.

These rubber gym tiles are sold in black and color-fleck options. Some rubber tiles have ramped border edges to reduce tripping hazards.

Thick rubber mats and tiles are ideal for heavy weights and heavy equipment. They are especially well suited for workouts involving heavy kettlebells, as the weight from the kettlebells is concentrated into a smaller area than most other free weights.

They can even be installed over a hardwood floor. If you plan to install over hardwood, it would be a good idea to install a layer of protective paper over the wood floor to prevent any potential chemical reactions with wood finishes.

Smaller puzzle-edged pieces are more manageable than big ones, especially when installing the flooring alone for a DIY project.

Our 2x2 and 3x3 foot interlocking rubber tiles feature waterjet-cut interlocks and will fit very tightly to create a non-slip surface.

Temperature-related floor expansion is rarely an issue here. No adhesive is needed to install the gym floor mat material. For wall-to-wall layouts, simply cut them to fit with a sharp utility knife. For an island layout, think about using ramped edges for thicker systems.

Because they have a modular design, the weight of each section is reduced. This lighter weight makes them easily manageable. One or two people can perform the work.

Just line them up and push their seams together, similar to assembling puzzles. They connect securely and won't pull apart under stress.

Use a rubber puzzle exercise mat system to create a multi-purpose space that ranges from a kid's playroom to a weight training facility.

Versatile Straight Edge Gym Mat Flooring

Straight-sided rubber gym floor mat products yield a versatile option that can be used in any fitness room. Straight-edged 4x6-foot rubber flooring mats tend to be more affordable than any tile that interlocks and is the same thickness.

Rubber floor mats for the gym are both dense and hefty. A 3/4-inch-thick, 4-by-6-foot mat can weigh over 90 pounds. Multiple people should help with the installation process.

Thicker units offer extra protection for the subfloor. One-inch or thicker rubber gym tiles are an ideal choice for protecting from dropped weights. With free weights in the room, it will absorb vibration and reduce noise from slam balls or barbells dropping on the ground.

To compare each product, consider the different densities. Plyometric has a lower density. It has a little extra cushion than others for use with plyometric exercises, where the workouts will include a lot of jumping.

Weightlifting spaces need a material that will absorb shock and provide maximum durability. Additionally, anti-fatigue properties and slip resistance are key. It must offer sound and thermal insulation, creating a comfortable environment.

For weightlifting areas that will see heavier usage, we recommend one inch or thicker flooring to adequately protect the floors and provide better shock absorption.

The majority of fitness centers and weight rooms are built with concrete subflooring, but concrete isn't ideal for exercising. Using our fitness mats creates a buffer between the cement and the athlete. It helps to soften the impact that affects the bones and joints of the athlete.

Sound-reducing flooring will dampen common weight room noises. This makes the space a quieter environment that's enjoyable for athletes, trainers, staff, and neighboring businesses.

It is both firm underfoot and forgiving, so lifters don't lose power during heavy lifts, as they might with a heavily cushioned footing. It also reduces the stresses and impacts that intense floor exercises and workouts have on the body when frequent jumping is involved.

Facilities often use the rectangular 4x6-ft product with 1/2-inch thickness for a weight training area and to reduce shock and vibration. It absorbs the impact of lighter dropped weights.

For an area where burpees, push-ups, handstands, and other exercises are conducted, look at our smooth surface products. They create surfaces that are more forgiving if an athlete's skin comes into contact with them.

Rubber gym flooring has an expected lifespan of 10-15 years with regular usage.

Rubber Gym Flooring Q&A

What is a gym mat?
Rubber gym matting has a significant density rating, making it ideal for athletic endeavors. It’s designed to last year after year, even in taxing environments. During exercise, it will stand up to gym equipment and constant walking, running, and jumping. Interlocking puzzle-style edges commonly appear in 1/2-inch and 3/4-inch measurements.

Do rubber floors have a strong smell?
Vulcanized gym rubber flooring can have a strong odor, especially if it's installed in an indoor space, similar to a “new car” smell. For indoor installations, use non-vulcanized rubber, which has a milder smell.

How much do gym flooring mats cost?
Rolled materials deliver the most economical option for employing them in a large room or area. Regrind and confetti rubber materials are the most affordable options due to the use of second-run material.

How thick should a rubber gym floor be?
This gym matting is available in many different thicknesses. It becomes a concern when using it where a barbell may be dropped, such as in Olympic free weightlifting facilities. If working with larger weights, choose a minimum of 3/4 inch thickness to guard the subfloor. Exercise machines and racks can get by with much thinner material.

What is the best flooring for home gyms?
2x2 Rubber Tiles are specifically designed for home use. The smaller size makes it easy for transportation and DIY installation.

Do treadmills need a mat?
In the majority of instances, yes. For a use case that will support athletic traffic, commercial or home workout machines, including a treadmill, 3/8-inch or 8mm choices tend to be the most popular. It will protect the subflooring from the weight and stress of the treadmill.

How do you install rubber gym flooring tiles?
Puzzle-edge floor mats for the gym will connect tightly, just like puzzle pieces. Simply press the interlocks together. Straight-edged tiles butt together. Most systems are dry-laid, but some may require glue or tape-down installation. Rubber gym floor tiles can be cut to fit with a sharp knife and a sturdy edge to guide the knife. Use multiple shallow cutting strokes until it is fully penetrated.

Visit our Gym Flooring Buyers Guide for detailed answers to the following questions and more!

Top 6 Uses of Gym Matting
  1. Rubber floor tiles come in a wide variety of sizes, color choices, and installation types.
  2. Durable gym mat flooring can withstand both home and commercial gym applications and will last for years.
  3. It is an extremely affordable type of gym matting.
  4. Its noise-dampening properties make the workout environment more enjoyable for everyone.
  5. It is a forgiving surface versus a cement subfloor, and athletes are sure to feel this difference.
  6. The majority are eco-friendly, featuring high-quality recycled rubber mat materials that are easy to clean.