Gym Flooring Advice

You are going to make a new gym and you don’t have any idea how to choose the correct flooring for you.

First, you will choose the activity that you are going to have in your gym and then choose one of the products to see the details. Go down to read our gym flooring advice

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Function Training

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Functional Training Flooring

Functional training helps provide you with the strength, stability, and mobility you need to thrive in your life and sports.

You use basic functional movement patterns like pushing, pulling, hinging, squatting, rotating, carrying and gait patterns—walking and running—every day.

Free Weight Flooring

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Free Weight Flooring

Free weight exercises generally go in-line with cardio exercises.

Gym impact flooring helps to protect your base floor and equipment. So you need a rubber flooring to keep your weights and gym equipment safe.

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Cardio and Strength Flooring

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Sprint Track Flooring

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Sprint Track Flooring

Running on a track is the most popular place for sprint training because the distances are demarcated by lines on the ground, making it easy to keep track of exactly how far you’re running.

The surface is also good for shock absorption, which is helpful for keeping your joints healthy and free of injury.

Weight Lifting and Cross Fit

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Weight Lifting / Crossfit Flooring

Weightlifting is a passion, always to lift more.  Weight lifting has different types of dead-lift, squat and Olympic weightlifting.

So for weightlifting, you have to decide the maximum weights you are going to use.

Cross Fit is a combined exercise involving weight lifting in sets, cardio, and body exercises. During Cross Fit and Weightlifting exercises weights go up to 160-180kgs and kettle bells are also used.

Choose the suitable product for you.

Martial Arts

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