Rubber Gym Mats, Rolls or Tiles: Facility or Home
Rubber mats for gym are a really good way to protect subfloors. They excel as rubber exercise mats used in areas for workouts, as well as in pro fitness and sports facilities. A rubber workout mat is extremely tough and will last for years under normal use. These are a great choice for spaces where free weights are used.
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Home rubber gym mats, Interlocking rubberized gym matting, Dense rubber workout mats
Interlocking Rubber Mats for Gym
- No adhesive required.
- These are easy to manage and can fit in the back of most SUVs.
- Various thicknesses deliver the proper protection to subfloors from dropped kettlebells.
- Can be cut with a knife to fit precise spaces.
The puzzle edge on these rubber mats for gym make them convenient to install, yielding a favorite choice for residential applications, such as home gyms. These can be dry laid without adhesives, and they stack nicely in small spaces like in closets, in car trunks, or in the back of an SUV. These are especially convenient if planning to relocate someday.Installing these interlocking tiles is a piece of cake. Simply piece them together like a jigsaw puzzle, press along the seams to connect, and it’s done. For a tight to the wall installation, easily cut them with a utility knife and a straight edge for a customized fit. For thicker units, placing a 2x4 board underneath the slice can help with the cutting process.
Plyometric Rubber Mats for Gym
- Softer, more forgiving surface that protects joints.
- Requires no glue, so installation is simple and makes a great DIY project.
- Material is designed to withstand the heft of gear for workouts, making for a great multi-purpose room.
Ours is less dense than others and is specifically designed for aerobics and plyometrics. This rubber exercise mat provides fatigue relief for jumping, running, and other aerobics exercises. The softer surface delivers better comfort than traditional floorings.
This helps to protect the athlete, as it is an excellent tool to help reduce the risk of injury to an athlete's bones and joints.
Rubber Roll Models
- Receive excellent value in rolls.
- It can be installed with tape or adhesive, if desired.
- The larger size results in fewer seams, making it ideal for big locations.
This is a popular option for commercial gyms because of its size, yielding a fast layout. It can be installed with either adhesive or with tape, but this is not always necessary, as a dry lay is possible too.We offer a pre-cut and pre-packaged roll that is 4x10 ft. x 1/4 inch in size for residential usages, but it is available in varying thicknesses and lengths. These are heavy, so they aren't as easily installed and transported as floors with foams or plastics.
Thick Rubber Mats for Gym
- Superior ingredients that can withstand the use of huge dumbbells.
- More durable than thinner units, these maximize the investment.
For large facilities where Olympic weightlifting takes place, or where heavy weights are regularly dropped, we suggest our 3/4'' thickness.
This style of high density rubber mat brings excellent protective qualities and will last significantly longer than thinner rubber flooring.
StylesThere are plenty of choices in terms of both color and style. The most economical option is confetti, which is manufactured from recycled tires. Scraps from other rolls and whitewalls from tires are also added to the batch. This creates a random and indiscriminate hodgepodge of color throughout the roll. For an area where protective floorings are required, but aesthetics are not a concern, confetti will be economical.Various models are also available with different color fleck concentrations. Choose from a wide variety of colors. Some products offer various percentages of colors, whereas others are only in black. Please click on the colors tab to see the options available for that particular product.
Alternatives to Rubberized FlooringsIf looking for softness in a home gymnasium or commercial installation, consider our medium or high end EVA foam tiles. These are easy to install, though they don't offer the same durability of rubber gym flooring rolls and aren't recommended for use in high traffic areas or where athletes will be dropping significant weights.
Shipping depends on the specific product ordered and the quantity needed. Some will ship via ground service. Larger units ship with freight delivery.
Some gym mat selections are in stock and ready to ship out in a few days. Others, especially custom orders, will need several weeks for production time. Please consult with one of our large rubber mats for gym specialists for assistance.
Matting Use CasesBenefits of rubber gym mats for sale are:
- Thick and strong to protect the subfloor.
- Durable and long lasting.
- Develop a comfortable surface with appropriate traction.
- A fully matted area for exercising is aesthetically pleasing and looks professional.
- They provide insulation against the cold for a more pleasant environment.
- They dampen the noise in gymnasiums.
- These even work in a horse stall.
Tough rubber mats for gym can transform a weight room environment. They create a professional appearance.
FAQ Rubber Mats for Gym Q&AWhat are the best home gym floor mats?
Interlocking gym mats are a smart choice for use under both treadmills and weight benches. Most users opt for standard 8mm or 3/8 inch thicknesses in rubber floor mats. All rubber mats for gym have a number of advantages for this use case, including:
- Protects the investment in both the subfloor and the weightlifting equipment.
- Establishes the weightlifting room as a pro facility.
- Revitalizes older gymnasiums with a new professional design.
What are the best rubber gym flooring tiles?
Our Staylock models lock together and provide durability, while delivering cushion and ergonomic benefits for aerobic type of exercises. At the same time, this tile is durable enough to withstand dropped dumbbells, and it will also carry the load of exercise equipment.
How thick should rubber mats for gym equipment be?
Consider the use case planned for the area. A commercial gym flooring mat that’s needed to hold huge barbells and other hefty gear may need to be 3/4'' or 1/2'' in thickness. For areas that don’t need to support big, hefty items, 1/4'' will probably be adequate.
What do you put under exercising machines for floor protection?
If hefty dumbbells or heavy duty workout machines in excess of 100 pounds will be regularly used on them, then it's best to upgrade to a 1/2'' or 3/4'' unit to provide extra protective features. Additionally, these will:
- Improve the usefulness of a training spot.
- Build a space for workouts, converting a garage or basement.
- Revitalize an old athletics space.
How to clean large rubber workout mats?
This material is easy to clean. Start by sweeping or vacuuming debris. Use a mop and a neutral pH cleaner next. For stubborn stains, use a scrubber brush. Allow it to air dry.
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