Gym Flooring: Rubber Mats, Interlocking Tiles & Rolls

Gym flooring for athletic and sports surfaces, rolls, mats and tiles.

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Gym flooring for athletic and sports surfaces, rolls, mats and tiles.

Types of Rubber Gym Flooring

Rubber gym flooring from Greatmats is a versatile option for nearly any workout space, while also providing durability. When lifting weights or using heavy exercise equipment, the rubber protects the subfloor.

Additionally, it gives athletes the traction they need for quick movements, along with a bit of cushioning to protect lower body joints. It’s waterproof and easy to clean, too, meaning it works for an installation in a commercial athletic facility, a home basement gymnasium, and anywhere in between.

1. Rubber Gym Floor Mats

Rubber gym mat flooring commonly appears in a 4x6 foot size. This is an ideal option for placing directly under an exercise machine or to use in a weightlifting area.

If you already have a floor you like for the gym space, use our rubber mats for the gym to yield extra protection for a workout in certain locations.

2. Rubber Gym Floor Tiles

You may want to use rubber tiles that interlock to create an island installation or for a layout that you want to disassemble and remove after the workout.

3. Rubber Gym Flooring Rolls

Rolls carry a low cost per square foot when covering a huge space. They often are thin, which simplifies installation without sacrificing durability. They may even have color flecks against the black background for a nicer design look.

Rubber Gym Flooring Q&A

Do rubber floors have a strong smell?

Vulcanized rubber flooring for gyms 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 less obvious smell.

How thick should rubber flooring be?

Multiple thicknesses in rubber floors are available, so select a thickness based on the planned use case. If working with barbells in a professional athletic facility or in a garage gym, a 3/4-inch thickness is necessary to protect the subfloor. Thinner materials are fine for general workouts or for small weights.

What kind of flooring is used in commercial gyms?

Commercial gymnasiums often use rubber because of its versatility. It’s easy to clean, it can support many different kinds of workouts, it protects the subfloor from damage, and it cuts down on noise generation.

Is rubber flooring expensive?

Cost-effective rubber gym flooring is a great way to cover a large space. Because of its impressive durability, it provides a great value over the long haul, too. Thin materials cost less than thick materials.