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Weight Room Flooring & Rubber Lifting Mats for School & Home

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Gym Flooring and Mats - Ignite Total Fitness Testimonial
Gym Flooring and Mats - Ignite Total Fitness Testimonial
Dunamis Therapy and Fitness - Weight Room Flooring - Augusta, WI
Dunamis Therapy and Fitness - Weight Room Flooring - Augusta, WI
Fitness Flooring - FIT Cedar Valley Testimonial - 4x6 Rubber Mats
Fitness Flooring - FIT Cedar Valley Testimonial - 4x6 Rubber Mats
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Gym Flooring - Las Vegas - Canyon Springs High School Testimonial

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How to Clean and Jerk: Fitness Training Video Part 6
Rubber Weight Room Flooring - Home and Commercial
Rubber Weight Room Flooring - Home and Commercial
What Kind of Workout Floor Should I Exercise On?
What Kind of Workout Floor Should I Exercise On?

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Weight Lifting Mats for Resistance Training
Weight Lifting Mats for Resistance Training
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What Are the Best School Gym Flooring Options for Weight Rooms?
What Is the Best Free Weight Gym Flooring for Home?
What Is the Best Free Weight Gym Flooring for Home?
Rubber Flooring Basement Ideas, Top 5 Rubber Options for a Basement
Rubber Flooring Basement Ideas, Top 5 Rubber Options for a Basement
What Are The Best Gifts For Weightlifters?
What Are The Best Gifts For Weightlifters?
What is the Best Squat Rack Mat: Top 5 Flooring Options
What is the Best Squat Rack Mat: Top 5 Flooring Options
What are the Best Deadlift Mats?
What are the Best Deadlift Mats?
What is the Best Barbell Mat?
What is the Best Barbell Mat?
What Is The Best Weight Machine Mat?
What Is The Best Weight Machine Mat?
What is the Best Dumbbell Mat?
What is the Best Dumbbell Mat?

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Noise Reduction Workout Mats For Hybrid Fitness
Noise Reduction Workout Mats For Hybrid Fitness
Rubber Athletic Flooring Tiles - Sterling 1.25 Inch
Rubber Athletic Flooring Tiles - Sterling 1.25 Inch
Rubber Flooring Rolls Features and Benefits Video
Rubber Flooring Rolls Features and Benefits Video
3x3 Geneva Rubber Tiles for Gym Floors
3x3 Geneva Rubber Tiles for Gym Floors
Shock Mats for Weightlifting - 3/4 Inch Olympic Lifting Mats
Shock Mats for Weightlifting - 3/4 Inch Olympic Lifting Mats

Rubber weight room flooring and lifting 4x6 mats, 4 ft wide rolls and commercial tiles

We offer a wide variety, including straight edge weight room mats, interlocking rubber tiles, and recycled rubber flooring rolls. Our rubber weight room flooring will protect the subfloor and dampen sound.

Weight Room Flooring Usage Cases

Consider these products to:
  1. Outfit a garage or basement into a weight lifting mat space
  2. Economically put together powerlifting spaces in schools
  3. Invest in professional level weight bench pads that are perfect for university or commercial gyms
  4. Guard the subfloor from potential damage from dropped barbells
  5. Creates a safe space for exercising
  6. Cuts down on loud noises in areas where machines will be used
With so many in our lineup, let's discuss some of our most popular options.

Weight Lifting Pads

These are low odor, recyclable, and are favored for their durability. These are strong and dense. Thicker units deliver more high impact protection. Much of our residential and commercial weight room flooring is made in the USA and comes with 5 to 15 year warranties.

When choosing a weight mat, pick from those ranging from 0.25 to 1.5 inches thick. They are also offered in a range of colored options.

Consider the following benefits:
  1. Extremely durable and ideal for busy locations
  2. Excellent choices for protecting the subfloor
  3. Shock absorption and force distribution properties
  4. A range of color selections ensures a customized appearance
  5. Warranties ranging between 5 and 15 years, allowing buying with confidence

If looking for a commercial gym flooring option, we have plenty to pick from.

Choose from nine different colors, or alternate colors to generate an eye catching pattern. Consisting of durable SBR (styrene butadiene rubberized) material, these are good mats for dropping weights safely. One of the major benefits of these is how easily they can be installed. The 2x2 foot pieces are sized so that they are easy to carry, and their interlock design creates a seamless look that won't pull apart. There is no adhesive required for installation, and this tile creates a clean, professional appearance. It's ideal for both pro and residential installations.

Interlocking weight room flooring does not require adhesives. These reduce the amount of waste when cutting to fit spaces for a wall to wall layout, in comparison to installation of a roll.

Larger 3x3 foot segments are helpful when covering larger locales, since these larger tiles have fewer seams.

Rolls are our most economical custom weight room flooring. Starting at just over $1 per square foot, these rolls are perfect for large scale installations. Each roll will come in 4-foot widths and are available in lengths up to 50 feet, so they are a great general purpose material. Add matting on top in areas that may need extra protection.

Ours are available in 20 different color fleck options to customize the appearance of the facility. Choose from 1/4 and 1/2 inch thicknesses to suit the weightlifters’ needs. Additionally, a 10-year warranty allows for a confident investment.

The UltraTile Weight Pads are 1 inch thick and American made. This is available in four premium colorings and has a recycled tire base with a virgin rubberized top designed to be highly durable for years of use. This features easy-to-use dowel rod fastening systems and a pedestal underside, which keeps cables and wires secure and hidden.

Designed to coordinate with leading fitness equipment, these will enhance the look of the facility while providing a suitable workout spot for a weight trainer to work. Offering excellent noise absorption, these rubber gym flooring mats are a frequent choice for any facility that sees high traffic.

Foam Subflooring for Workouts

Foams can also be a great choice as a popular best weight room flooring selection. They are softer and yield more of a cushion for a comfortable surface that many people prefer.

A foam floor surface offers a number of benefits:
  1. Cushioned foam floor tiles provide superior comfort
  2. Shock absorbency that’s suitable for workouts that include jumping
  3. Lightweight and easier to handle for small, DIY installs

Choosing Weightlifting Drop Pads

To help a powerlifter at a residence, a school, or at a pro gymnasium, Greatmats has dozens of high quality weight room flooring models at a guaranteed best price.The Greatmats online Pro Planner and Designer is a convenient and simple way to determine just how much is needed for the install.

With the planner, simply:
  1. Enter the dimensions
  2. Choose products and colors
  3. Create a special design if desired
  4. Calculate the product quantities needed for the project

There's no guesswork involved. Plan out exactly how it will look.

FAQ Weight Room Flooring Q&A

What are the best floorings for workouts?
Rubberized segments have excellent protection, thanks to their 1” thickness. They often feature an easy pin together installation, yielding a tough workout and training spot. These are slip resistant in wet and dry conditions, making them ideal for safe workout spaces.

Is it safe to put a home gymnasium upstairs?
Yes, as this is a great use for a spare bedroom or attic space that doesn’t see much use otherwise. However, because most spare bedrooms have carpeting, consider adding other types of floorings over the top, which will feel better as the base for exercising, while also dampening noise, which can be a problem with gymnasiums on upper levels of the house.

Can you put weight room floor mats upstairs?
In areas where barbells will intentionally be dropped, a bare minimum of a 3/4'' thickness in weight mats is required to provide proper distribution of shocks. These weightlifting mats offer superior noise and shock absorbing properties, and they are set up to withstand heavy duty impact for years.

Are EVA foams good for gymnasium subfloorings?
It's important to realize that foams won't withstand the same level of abuse as an Olympic weightlifting mat. Because of these qualities, this is more appropriate as a casual and recreational weight room flooring. It is especially popular for prone exercises.

Are cork floorings good for home gym mats for weights?
They can be, but we often recommend FlexeCork Interlocking Cork instead. This is set up as a weightlifting floor made to handle extreme use and abuse. These absorb shocks and consist of cork and recyclable tires. With a non-skid surface, these incorporate the natural insect repellent and antimicrobial properties of corks. Measuring 3’x3’ and 1/2'' thick apiece, these have interlocked edges for quick installs, while being easy to clean. There's no glue required, and they create an aesthetically pleasing design statement.