Your dream home training is almost complete. They have state-of-the-art equipment, wall mirrors and a kick-ass stereo system. But there is one important thing you forget, that lays the foundation for a successful spatter: the floor.
You may already have an unfinished basement room with concrete floor, but be warned: it will not cut him off. The poor traction and lack of shock absorption can lead to injury from slipping and falling and cause chronic joint pain. Concrete is equally relentless for your equipment, especially if you lose a weight. If you're not working out in a gym of horror, use the concrete as a base instead and invest in a more fitness-friendly floor.
The right Home gymnastics floor can increase stability, reduce body impact, and increase plyometric performance. It also helps to protect your surface from wear, scratches and cracks. When choosing an area, consider the space, the type of equipment you need, and the exercises you perform. From rubber to foam, cork, turf and more, there are seven flooring options for your workout.
Best Versatility: Rubber
Price Range: $ 2 / sqft – $ 150 / sqft
There's a reason Rubber floors are used in most commercial and domestic gyms. It is strong, robust and durable, making it ideal for any type of exercise or equipment. Available in tiles or mats for smaller rooms and rolls for larger rooms, all with different thickness options and price points depending on your needs.
Rubber floors can be laid comfortably over a carpet and most other surfaces, making the installation quick and painless – as opposed to trying to pull the pants up on the day of the legs.
- Easy to install and assemble
- Durable, shock-absorbing and water resistant
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