Exercise Mats and FlooringPosted on: June 18th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Most of us, when weâ€™re working out, like to have some sort of cushioned flooring under our feet or our bodies when we do crunches, Pilates, etc. Even if we have to put down a piece of carpet, or workout in a carpeted area, itâ€™s preferable to working out on a hard floor. If youâ€™ve ever tried to perform crunches on a hardwood floor, you know exactly what Iâ€™m talking about!
If you were to install some interlocking foam exercise flooring in your personal workout area at home, you wouldnâ€™t have to worry about buyingâ€”and storingâ€”exercise mats, which are great for when you canâ€™t or donâ€™t want to put in permanent flooring; kind of like having an exercise mat that covers your entire room!