Posted on: May 9th, 2013 by Stag
MMA has been around for quite some time now, in one form or another. One could even argue that it has been around for hundreds of years. One of the best known; even if not for itâ€™s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) per say is Ninjistu. A style popularized by â€“ yup you guessed it, Ninjas. See Ninjas were the commandos of their day and they had to go up against a lot of different types of opposition, so they learned their enemies Martial Arts Style so that they could use it against them. Thus the first (maybe) Mixed Martial Arts was born.
No a days the Mixed Martial Arts scene is a bit different. However the main idea stays the same. The combination of various fighting disciplines coming together to allow the fighter to move more quickly, and react more appropriately to the situation and opposition with less flair and useless moves to deal with (i.e. â€œReturn Positions).
With MMA, people inevitably started to fight each other in public forums and thus started to make groups. The most popular of which is the UFC. So now you have thousands of aspiring fighters either learning MMA for self-defense, fitness or for a chance to be in the UFC and fight for the prize in a sense.Â This all requires training, and lots of it. Training requires classes, and classes require a good space to teach their students in a safe environment. So that is why we very commonly use, recommend and sell our interlocking martial arts mats and our most popular seamless flooring to MMA and Martial Arts Gyms.
Continuous Vinyl and crosslink foam flooring provides a fantastic area for the students to move and learn without fear of injury from falling, pulls, drops, or throws. We recently provided some seamless flooring to an up-and-coming MMA gym in North Carolina called Female Fighters MMA. In a sport currently dominated by male athletes they are setting the curve in providing a top notch environment and facilities for their students to learn and advance. They use our seamless flooring for their gym for just these reasons. You can see here for yourself, it not only looks great, but performs well!
Seamless Martial Arts Floor and MMA are very synonymous with each other, and if you are in the sport you certainly will see them everywhere you go.
Posted on: December 13th, 2012 by Stag
Weâ€™ve got Martial Arts Mats so well priced that youâ€™ll feel as though youâ€™ve been hit by the â€˜Thousand Crack Fist of the North Starâ€™ (obscure anime reference).Â You will thank us for this; fore as the holidays come closer and closer, you may indeed need to employ some vital hand-to-hand techniques while braving your local shopping centers.Â So you might as well get an early or not so early start on your training.Â
From our Deluxe Martial Arts Mats to the ever-so popular Jumbo Martial Arts Flooring Tiles, you need not worry about your sparing area, and remain free to look out for those left kicks and â€˜Kamaha-Mehasâ€™.Â But for the more adventurous and serious in the group; perhaps owners of local Martial Arts Studios; you may want to consider the Seamless Flooring we offer.Â If vinyl were a Martial Artist, this Seamless Floor would be a Shaolin Monk!Â It is the perfect floor for sparing and the best addition to any Martial Arts studio.Â Â
No need for patience dear grasshoppers.Â Simple email us or give us a call and letâ€™s pad that dojo and studio today with our many martial arts products!
Posted on: May 19th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
You can have custom martial arts mats made to order instead of settling for standard exercise mats beneath you and your students when people hit the floor.Â Martial arts mats made to order are manufactured a special way so as to better absorb the greater impact associated with martial arts moves, exercises, and throws.
The cross-linked polyethylene foam filler in these mats provide superior durability and resilience to use and are much more resistant to breakdown than ordinary exercise mats, and are perfect if you need some padding in a smaller area, as all can be affixed with Velcro connecting along the edges to expand them either lengthwise or laterally.Â And if youâ€™re opening your own karate studio or dojo, thereâ€™s the irreplaceable martial arts seamless flooring, which comes in pretty much every color imaginable.
Posted on: May 18th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
If you are an administrator for a school or youth facility, then you surely have some experience in procuring decent gymnastics equipment.Â Itâ€™s no small undertaking to find the right kind of mats, bars, and other equipmentâ€”especially for active kidsâ€”that will truly suit purposes of those using your facility.
The range of sizes of gym equipment runs the spectrum from items such as the mini bar and mini bar mat, pictured here, as well various tumbling mats, seamless flooring, jump ropes, and so forth. For instance, would you know where to look to find a vault pad for vaulting, or uneven floor bars?Â Donâ€™t feel bad, if you donâ€™t: most us wouldnâ€™t have a clue where to find such things, first time around!