Gym Flooring Buying Guide

Gym Flooring Buying Guide

Our Essential Guide to Gym Flooring

Creating the perfect fitness environment involves more than just selecting the right equipment and layout.

Choosing the right flooring can significantly enhance your workouts while protecting both your floor and equipment.

Here's a rundown of the different types of gym flooring to consider:

Rubber tile gym flooring

Rubber tile gym flooring

Ideal for garage and home gyms, rubber tiles offer easy installation without the need for adhesive or tape. They provide excellent protection for your floor and equipment.

Anti-slip tile gym flooring

These modular tiles are designed for safety and performance. Easy to fit and cut to shape, they offer grip and stability, making them perfect for various home gym setups.

Premium anti-slip tiles

Similar to standard anti-slip tiles but with a denser and smoother finish, these tiles elevate both quality and aesthetics while providing the same level of safety and versatility.

Challenger gym tiles

Featuring a recycled rubber base and a high-density EPDM top layer, these tiles ensure athlete safety and enhanced shock absorption. They require no adhesives for installation and are suitable for high-end home gyms.

Armour gym tiles

Engineered for heavy weight training, these thick gym tiles offer superior shock absorption and sound dampening. Perfect for free weight areas, they can be easily lifted and moved without adhesive.

Flooring rolls

Flooring rolls

Designed for large commercial training facilities, rubber flooring rolls offer durability and resilience against heavy traffic. They require adhesives for installation and provide optimal shock absorption.

Gym turf

Gym turf

Ideal for high-traffic and performance facilities, gym turf offers a durable and aesthetically pleasing surface for various workouts.

Agility turf and velocity turf

These turf options are designed for heavy conditioning and high-performance facilities, offering durability, comfort, and realistic grass-like feel.

Choosing the right gym flooring depends on factors like the type of exercise you'll be doing, noise considerations, and maintenance preferences. Whether it's rubber tiles, flooring rolls, or gym turf, investing in quality flooring is essential for a safe and effective home gym.

Remember to prioritise your flooring choice as it forms the foundation of your home gym setup. Explore our range of flooring options and start building your ideal workout space from the ground up.

Using gym floor turf for sled workouts

Using gym floor turf for sled workouts
  1. Prepare: Ensure clean, debris-free turf securely installed.
  2. Select sled: Choose appropriate weight and smooth runners.
  3. Warm-up: Perform dynamic stretches.
  4. Load and set up: Add weight, position sled, ensure space.
  5. Workout: Push or pull sled with proper form and technique.
  6. Variations: Try different movements like forward, backward, or lateral.
  7. Intensity: Adjust weight for challenge, maintain form.
  8. Cool down: Cooldown and stretch.
  9. Clean up: Remove equipment, tidy area.