About Our Rubber Gym Mats
Our rubber gym mats are the ideal solution for solving almost any commercial or home gym flooring issue. Our mats are robust, strong and non-slip while being able to resist the pressure/weight and wear & tear of some workouts, our mats are also soft enough to help reduce the risk of shin-splints and fatigue all while repelling odours and moisture to keep the hygiene levels of your gym room or area as high as conceivable. Along with all of these benefits our gym mats are also very easy to install, they are easy to handle and are connected together simply by using their specially designed interlocking pegs and holes which almost anyone can use.
Why Use Rubber Gym Mats?
From use with free weights to in cardio and yoga classes our gym mats are the ideal flooring solution for your workout space. Below are the two most common uses for our mats:
Home gyms are become more and more popular with people wanting to workout closer to home and you’ll’t get any closer than in your house! The preferred room for most of the people is regularly a garage as a result of its large spaces and solid construction. It is ideal for working out and exercising as it is separated from the rest of the house and will not disturb others within the home. Our rubber gym flooring will provide you with a fatigue and shin-splint reducing surface that is ideal for such a lot of exercise techniques.
Almost all commercial gyms have a rubber flooring area either in a separate cardio or free weights area to reduce noise and help the users avoid fatigue and shin-splints. So whether you are wanting to create a fatigue reducing or noise reducing (from free weights being dropped) area then you’ll be assured that our rubber gym flooring will provide you with a great floor for future years.
Interlocking Rubber Gym Mats – Designed for use as a durable yet soft gym flooring. Our rubber gym flooring is ideal for a range of different applications including commercial and home gyms.
Interlocking design for seamless coverage
Reduces fatigue and risk of shin splints
Shallow tread pattern for improved grip