Are you looking for rubberized floors for fitness, for your professional center or for your home gym? So here you are spoiled for choice, with the best thin rubberized floors created by Lacertosus®! What should a good anti-trauma floor look like for a fitness center? The answer is simple but well articulated. It must have good grip, to provide good non-slip ability to your athletes. It must mitigate accidental drops of gym equipment without problems, and must also provide a minimum of protection for the athletes themselves. A good rubberized fitness floor must also provide good sound insulation - while not pretending to completely isolate a gym, as rubberized floors can do for cross training. And again, the rubberized floor for the gym must be easy to clean, with a simple vacuum cleaner or with a damp cloth, and it must also be easy to install, on small or large surfaces. It should also be noted that normal fitness floors, and therefore with a thickness of less than 15 millimeters, cannot be used for Drop activities: if you are looking for a rubberized floor on which to safely drop your bumper-loaded barbells, you must look in the previous category, dedicated to thicker floors!
Let's see, in concrete terms, which rubberized fitness floors you can find on our e-commerce. Let's start with the classic interlocking rubber tiles, or rather with the anti-trauma floor typical of fintess centers, perfect even in the case of installations in small surfaces (such as home gyms). Those who must protect and insulate large surfaces can opt for extra-fine anti-trauma floor rolls: installation is very simple, the result is guaranteed, cleaning is very fast and maintenance ... nothing! Other times you don't look for a rubberized floor, but something different. How about the natural effect of synthetic grass floors? These synthetic rugs can be used for many different purposes. To slide the sled, to practice with the farmers walk, to roll the tires, to do bodyweight exercises, to tame a touch of color and style at the gym .... synthetic grass floors can be placed both inside and outside, and are available in both thin and larger sizes, and therefore cushioning, to protect the flooring and absorb noise.
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