Exercise FlooringPosted on: April 30th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
With the invention of 2’ square, interlocking foam tiles, the world of exercise mats and exercise flooring blossomed into a safer, more energizing, and more attractive world, to say the least! How so? Well, for example, it used to be, in a high school gymnastics program, large, bulky, foldable mats were slid together—or stacked—to provide floor space that was suitably safe for tumbling and practice of other activities where falls are inevitable.
Nowadays, since the advent of the tough, durable, firm-yet-sufficiently “springy” foam flooring tile, gymnasts can tumble with greater vigor, spring with more bounce, and the shock absorptive qualities of the foam are ideal to protect against hard falls where even harder floors lie underneath. And if the space to be filled is especially large and spacious, 4’ square, EXTRA jumbo interlocking gym flooring will be perfect to get the job done and lay down that much-needed protection.