Workout Mats

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A workout mat creates a padded surface atop any hard type of floor, providing a more comfortable surface for workouts. Count on Greatmats to have whatever is needed for exercising. Whether the pads are for an athletic studio or for residential use, we have the perfect home gym flooring mats.

Each material we sell has its own unique benefit. Think about the expectations for the space, and then select an outdoor workout mat that will fit perfectly. For help in selecting outdoor gym mats, please contact our customer service team. Our professionals provide the expertise required to help our customers match the purchase to the use case they have in mind for an outdoor exercise mat.

Personal Workout Pads


For those seeking a style of workout mat to use at home or to carry to the gym, we have plenty of options designed for portability. Whenever the shock-absorbing athletic gym flooring is too hard to be comfortable, we have items that can be unrolled quickly over what is already there. Once the session is finished, reroll it and store it until the next use.

Many will be easy to clean, thanks to their anti-microbial properties. These outdoor workout mats can be used both indoors and outdoors. This style of fitness mat is waterproof and won’t absorb sweat, meaning it won’t carry odor, making it ideal in a water aerobics class or for puppy or goat yoga.

Rubberized Workout Mat


Ours will consist of recycled tires and deliver impressive durability, potentially lasting at least 20 years. In commercial gyms, where heavy foot traffic is common, this is a smart idea. Rubber’s density makes it great for supporting hefty equipment, like an exercise bike or treadmill, while protecting the subfloor from damage. This is a must-have when lifting weights too.

We offer these in a few design options that will meet multiple use cases. For those who need a larger coverage area, these have edges that press together tightly without the need for adhesive. The edges almost look like jigsaw puzzle pieces, which simplifies installation.

These are hefty, but they provide a simple means of protecting a particular portion of the floor. Because these are heavy, just place them side by side without glue, and they won’t slip out of the way. This is a convenient option for those who may want to frequently slide them to new places in the room as their needs change.

Advantages of Rubber Workout Floor Mats
  1. With their extreme durability, these work well in high-traffic areas
  2. Provides sound absorption and buffering against cold concrete floors
  3. Eco-friendly and manufactured from tires that have been recycled


Foldable Foam Mats for Home


A folding workout mat is another nice option. These include a vinyl cover that provides a high level of durability. These will work either folded, to yield more cushioning, or unfolded, to cover additional space. If unfolded, these have coverage areas ranging from 4’x6’ and 6’x12’. Ours include hook and loop strips on the sides that allow for huge, connected layouts.

Advantages of Folding Mats
  1. Highly portable, fold them up and store them away when not in use
  2. The core has excellent shock absorption and cushion
  3. Durable vinyl wrap ensures they will last
  4. Choose from unfolded or stacked layouts
  5. Connect them for a larger space


Roll Out Extra Large Exercise Mat


A rolled workout mat will increase the versatility of these spaces. This can be placed directly on top of most surfaces, making it the best exercise mat for carpets. It's a great solution for practices where a little more protection is required than what is currently in place.

This best exercise mat for hardwood floors is usually between 4 and 6 feet in extra-wide widths. They are found in various lengths, with 10’ being a frequent length. These range from 1 1/4 to 2 inches thick. Afterward, simply roll them up again and store them.

Carpet-topped rolls are often used for cheerleading, stunting, and gymnastics.

Pros of Rolls
  1. Instantly add shock-absorbing capabilities to any existing surface
  2. Once done, just reroll them for easy storage
  3. Choose from a variety of lengths and widths

Interlocking EVA Foam


Interlocking foam mats are frequently used to make comfortable and safer spaces for fitness classes. With a jigsaw edge design, they can be connected in seconds. Quickly and easily create a cushioned, forgiving location that is perfect for workouts.

These can be used as temporary or permanent flooring. Easily pull them up and remove them, and then reinstall them later. They're convenient to move. They're also highly affordable and a practical solution for both residential and commercial use.

These connect just like a puzzle, and they fit together securely. For a tight-to-the-wall installation, cut them to fit or add border strips for a clean island install. Because installation requires no adhesive, this works as a DIY project. And to relocate them in the future, pull them up and move them.

Choose from a wide variety of densities, surfaces, textures, and thicknesses. These are designed to meet the needs of several different routines for athletes, making them a versatile addition to any home or facility.

Benefits of Gym Mat Models
  1. Less wear and tear on the body
  2. Surfaces can reduce the risk of injury, particularly for repetitive exercises
  3. Will withstand rigorous use
  4. Some are made for permanence, and some bring portability
  5. Enjoy excellent traction or the ability to protect the subfloor with an exercise equipment mat


Thickness of Athletic Gym Mats


We have these in a variety of thickness measurements. Thicker ones will yield a greater level of cushioning than thin ones, although the material used in the pads also plays an important role in the cushioning properties that are found.

It may be so heavy that it’s difficult for one person to move alone. So for those who will be moving them often, consider a thinner type to make the process easier.

Foam mats are typically sold in thicknesses from 1/2'' to 2”. Certain types require firmness to deliver the proper support, such as for exercises where the athlete is sitting on the ground. These will have a firm density and will remain thin.

Thicker styles may have a soft, spongy consistency, which gives them a lot of softness. This is made to help with safety during falls for those practicing wrestling or martial arts. Cheerleaders and gymnasts can use these too.

Benefits of Workout Puzzle Mats
  1. Superb cushioned layout
  2. Lightweight and easily portable, these can go anywhere
  3. Rolled-up design, so it’s easy to hide away after use
  4. Use these whether participating in an outdoor training session or heading to the gymnasium
  5. Anti-microbial with waterproof materials


Sports and Outdoors Exercise Mats Color Options


Our customers appreciate the dozens of choices we offer in our product catalog. In addition to the different materials we use, ours come in several colors.

For those running a studio, consider having colors that match the team. At home, matching the decor can be a nice arrangement.

Although black is the most common color, Greatmats offers certain rubberized floorings with color flecks embedded in them. Foam mats and those with vinyl coverings will have numerous other colors available, providing something that looks great and provides a strong value.

FAQ Workout Mat Q&A


What is the top workout mat?
If you're wondering what the smartest pick is for a layout in workout rooms that have a lot of walking traffic, rubber is a perfect solution. They deliver excellent strength for studios and other professional settings.

What is the best exercise mat thickness for HIIT?
Dense rubber mats will withstand heavy equipment and dropped weights without being indented during high intensity interval training (HIIT). Often times, this matting will be limited to thicknesses between 3/4 and 1/4 inches, making them 19mm to 6mm thick. These have a high density.

Is there a difference between a workout mat for yoga and one for exercisers?
Yes. For yoga, the materials in use are thinner with a nice level of firmness for body support. For exercising, look for extra thick measurements and varying softness levels, depending on the workouts that will be planned.