Introduction: Why should you consider garage gym flooring?
In a busy world where everyone is trying to squeeze in fitness time, it can be useful to have a space at home that is dedicated to fitness; this includes having the right equipment and the right flooring to protect your property.
Gym flooring for garages is a great option for those who want to start working out at home. It’s a perfect solution for those who don’t have enough space in the house or apartment.
Garage gym flooring is also a very practical choice for people who are looking to save money. One of the most expensive part of setting up a home gym can be installing specialised flooring, but our products are easy for all users to install due to a simple interlocking system.
When it comes to choosing the amount of garage gym flooring that you need, there are a few factors that you will have to consider. These include the size of your garage, the type of exercises that you plan on doing, and the budget that you have available.
Tip #1: Determine How Much Flooring You Require
The first thing that you should do is measure your garage or at least the space you’d like to add gym matting to. This will give you an idea of how much flooring you need in order to cover it. Measuring your garage will also give you an idea of how much material to buy. If your garage is wide, it may be easier to work with wider mats, or our set workout stations.
Tip #2: Consider the Main Uses of Your Gym
If you want to create a home gym, you need to think about what types of exercises you’ll be doing. For example, if you want to do cardio workouts, then it’s better to have a floor with a little bit of flex and shock absorption, such as our Circuit Training Station.
If you’re looking for a place lift weights or other strength training exercises, then garage gym flooring designed to provide additional stability and deaden the impact of the weights, which will protect both the equipment and floor, as well as dampen the sound of weights dropping or falling onto the floor.
You may also want to plan what types of strength training exercises you plan on doing in your garage gym so that you can find flooring with a surface designed for those specific workouts. For example, if deadlifts is are one of the main activities then our deadlift stations would be a good choice for durability and grip purposes.
Tip #3: Budget
Lastly, many people often underestimate their budget when it comes to being able to install gym flooring for garages. Our gym mats are affordable and can be purchased for as little as £25/m², making it possible for anyone to add gym flooring to their garage!
Conclusion: The Best Flooring Options For Garage Gyms and Home Gyms
In our opinion, the best flooring options for a garage gym are rubber mats or tiles. They’re easy to clean and they offer good traction. For home gyms, we recommend the 1m Interlocking Rubber Mega Gym Tiles for garage gym flooring because it provides a comfortable cushioning and is easy to maintain, install, and clean as well.
Need More Help Choosing Gym Flooring for Garages?
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