Environment: Astro Turf and rubber tiles also help create comfort within your facility from a sound absorption perspective. One of their characterisitcs is the ability to absorb sound and muffle the overall noises in your space. Thickness options include 15mm, 25mm and 50mm. The thicker mat the more potential for sound absorption.

Cost Effective: When compared to the cost of carpet or concrete the outlay for rubber tiles is much more cost effective. In the long term rubber tiles will last longer, protect your clients and the life of your equipment. Furthermore, let us never discuss carpet in fitness facilities again. Good chat everybody.

Hygeine: If your rubber flooring is correctly sealed it will be easy to keep clean, be resistant to mould and mildew and more hygeinic for you clients. If you’ve had lots of Sweaty Betties working out, having a surface that is easy to clean and quick to dry is important.

Platforms: Things to consider when thinking about platforms for your set up include;

- You'll need enough space for your barbell, therefore, at least 3m of width is necessary.

- Will you be placing a half rack or mobile squat stand on the platform? If so a minimum depth of 2 metres can accomodate that style of equipment. In addition, it also provides the space required for your split stance while performing moves like the clean and jerk.

- Use 50mm mats for shcok absorption and protection.

- Your platform should be embedded in a dimensional and stable metal frame to stop the mats and board from shifting.

- An MDF plywood platform adds that polished, professional look which elevates the aesthetic appeal of your set up.

 

As previously mentioned, flooring may be something that you deem too expensive in the beginning but in the long run we can guarantee that it will help with the longevity and overall success or your setup. For enquiries about custom platforms and inlays email inquiries@fitnesswarehouse.com.au