Rubber Gym Flooring
Having The Best Rubber Gym Flooring Is Key
It seems like you’re starting your own box, right? Or maybe you’re just replacing some interlocking rubber tiles in your current gym. Regardless, you’re going to need some solid rubber gym flooring for your box.
Your members will need flooring that’ll keep them safe through the everyday wear and tear of CrossFitting.
Imagine if YOU were doing all of your CrossFit WOD’s on concrete flooring or some really low quality gym flooring? Or what if it were commercial carpet? That kind of stuff would get really disgusting after a while, especially with all the sweat dropping, chalk spreading around, and everyone hitting the floor after all those burpees.
That why your gym needs the right rubber exercise flooring. You need to think about your own box members. It’s pretty much a standard across the board. Almost every box you’ve been to is using these Rogue Fitness rubber gym mats, right?
As I said, it’s for:
When potential CrossFit gym members come through your doors, you want to make a good first impression, right? Sure, CrossFit gyms are not meant to look luxurious like a lot of fancy gyms and sports clubs out there. However, you don’t want your gym to be known as that sketchy-looking dump.
Much of the credibility of your box depends upon the equipment you guys and girls use. So don’t take any chances.
These Commercial Floor Mats Are Built Tough
Originally designed to deal with the punishment of horses’ hooves, this rubber sports flooring can easily handle the abuse of your usual CrossFitters. This is the kind of quality that you’ll need at your gym.
Here are some specs:
- 4’x6′ gym floor tiles
- 3/4″ thick
- Each mat weighs 100 pounds
- Diamond plate pattern
Look at that. 100 pounds per tile! That’s what’s up. You know that kind of material is sturdy as *(&F(D. This is the type of rubber gym floor that should last you a long time.
So what are you waiting for? Don’t sacrifice quality just to save a few bucks when setting up your CrossFit box. Get high quality flooring from Rogue Fitness today.