Category Archives: Gym Flooring

What Are Gym Floors Made Of?

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What Are Gym Floors Made Of? Gym floors are most usually concrete or screw-fixed plywood covered in a layer of ethylene propylene diene monomer rubber, which is better known by the acronym EPDM. This impact-absorbing material is considered a universal gym flooring because it is durable, hard-wearing, non-slip and easy to clean. It also looks […]

What is The Best Flooring For a Gym?

What is the best flooring for a gym?

What is The Best Flooring For a Gym? The best flooring for a gym depends on what equipment will be used. Most gyms have separate areas for cardio, functional fitness and free weights. While all these areas can utilise universal rubber tiles, gym goers will experience greater satisfaction from flooring that caters to the workout […]

Must-Have Properties of Gym Floors

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Everyone from bodybuilders to calisthenics boffins want a safe and dependable base to workout from. Fact is, no gym equipment is used more than the floor itself and you’ve got to get it right to provide the best possible experience for customers. Here’s what to look for in gym floors: Shock absorption The floor should […]

What to Look For in Gym Tiles For Free Weight Areas

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Whether people are performing a clean and snatch, dead-lift or dumbbell bench press, lifting (and dropping) weights takes its toll on the gym floor. Gym tiles are one of the most popular types of flooring for this reason. Typically, damage occurs locally to one area of flooring. This can be caused by functional training or […]