Studio Flooring

Studio Flooring - Traditional aerobic studios were designed for dance classes and feature some type of sprung floor system with a void however over the years industry trends have changed considerably and exercisers are using weights in these areas. Circuit training, high intensity interval training and body pump usually involve lifting equipment. It is therefore important the floor surface is elastic enough to absorb these impact forces and safe enough to perform dynamic movements. We have surfaces suitable for:

  • Circuit training
  • Yoga and pilates
  • Group indoor cycling
  • Total body resistance – TRX
  • HIIT
  • Zumba


PuzzleMats provide a none-slip, resilient and low maintenance rubber floor finish suitable for gyms and fitness studios. The inter-connectivity ensures the tiles form a strong bond between each mat and they’re quick to install. PuzzleMats are available in a range of colours and finishes.

  • PuzzleMat Color-0 (Black)
  • PuzzleMat Color-15 (Grey)
  • PuzzleMat Purcolor (Red)
  • PuzzleMat Purcolor (Grey)

Technical Data: PuzzleMat

  • Length: 1.0m
  • Width: 1.5m
  • Thickness: 9mm
  • Coefficient of friction: >0.30u (DS) (EN 13893)
  • Step sound insulation: 18dB
  • Anti-slip properties: R10 (Color) / R9 (Purcolor) (DIN 51130)

  • 1st October 2018
    Gym Floor Rolls

    The Benefits to Using Gym Floor Rolls

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    24th September 2018
    Home Gym Flooring

    Choosing Home Gym Flooring That Works For You

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    17th September 2018
    gym floors

    Must-Have Properties of Gym Floors

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    17th September 2018
    Gym Tiles

    What to Look For in Gym Tiles For Free Weight Areas

    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 […]
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