Posts Tagged ‘interlocking rubber flooring’

Interlocking Floor Tiles May Be The Answer To Your New Years Resolution!

Posted on: December 31st, 2012 by

The New Year is here!! Time for those resolutions! How many of us are going to “lose some weight”?? All of us?  Cool! is most definitely the place to look to get your workout room started.  My favorite fitness related products are our interlocking foam mats. They come in a variety of colors and thicknesses and really help with protecting those joints.  You can do a whole room or just a small area. My entire house is hardwood so sit ups or push ups and even jumping jacks can be strenuous.  All I really need is a little 4’ by 4’ area which could stack and slip right under my couch, then snap together quick.  These interlocking floor tiles are made of a closed cell foam which means moisture, like sweat (gross), won’t absorb.

Now if you’re really gung ho about working out this year, we have soft rubber mats that are perfect for home gyms. They have a foam base so they are soft enough to protect your back and knees, but the rubber surface makes them durable enough to hold your equipment and give you great footing.

If you’re exercise room also doubles as your garage, and aerobic routines aren’t your focus, our Tuff-n-Easy interlocking rubber flooring might be a better choice.  They are a solid piece of rubber perfect for giving your area a nice look, support your machines AND durable enough to park your car on.  They’re mostly black with colored fleck, so as an added bonus it’ll hide all the junk your car might track in your garage. Even if one of these 28.5” by 28.5” tiles get ruined, you can easily swap it out with a new one.  Try doing that with cement.

Check out my other blogs, I have a few tips to help get that holiday weight off.  All the exercises can be done with things you probably have around your house or with something inexpensive and probably in stock on our website.

Exercise Equipment Mats

Posted on: May 28th, 2010 by

exercise matsIf you own or run a professional gym or other exercise facility, you know what it’s like to keep up with exercise mats or expensive gym flooring, which can wear out quickly or take abuse just from day-to-day wear and tear. That’s one good reason to look at purchasing exercise equipment mats to help preserve your flooring, rather than resting your stationary bikes, treadmills, or other such apparatus directly on your flooring, to not only provide extra protection, but also to provide stability you might not get otherwise.

If you decide you don’t want to put down exercise equipment mats under your equipment, how about creating a specific area where you use something such as interlocking rubber flooring where your bikes and other machines are, rather than going wall to wall with the flooring, and worrying about having to pull that machinery aside sooner to replace worn tiles?

The point is: explore all your options before making a decision.