There are thousands upon thousands of commercial gyms across the country managed by numerous public and private business entities. Commercial gyms and weight room facilities often cater to many different types of clientele. Some large scale nationwide gyms like Gold’s Gym, LA Fitness, Lifetime Fitness, etc. are huge facilities that can fit just about everyone’s needs. A large contingent of commercial gyms however are private training studios, Olympic weight training facilities, and 24 hour fitness centers that are designed to meet the needs of niche clientele who need the specific training options or flexibility in training times that these types of gyms offer. No matter what type of commercial training facility you operate or plan to open in the near future, you will at some point have to decide on proper gym flooring for your new or existing facility.
At RubberFlooringInc.com, we specialize in rubber flooring, foam gym flooring, and vinyl gym flooring which are all common gym flooring options when used properly. In this article, we will briefly discuss the most popular commercial gym flooring solutions we sell and talk about the most common gym flooring we don’t sell, carpet, and explain the benefits to each floor covering.
Rubber flooring is the most common gym flooring solution installed in new commercial gyms today. The most common form of rubber flooring installed in commercial gyms is rolled recycled rubber flooring. Recycled rubber floors are often low in cost, extremely durable, easy to clean, and easy to install. Many times, rolled rubber is even installed by the gym owner or gym staff due to its extremely easy installation process which only requires some double sided carpet tape and a utility knife. This helps to save the cost of hiring a professional installation team. One of the most famous gyms in the world, “The Biggest Loser” gym, for example currently uses 8mm thick recycled rolled rubber flooring. The Biggest Loser staff is extremely demanding of their flooring since weights are often dropped on the product and sleds are often pushed across the surface of the flooring.
The only downside’s to using recycled rubber flooring is that the flooring is very Read more…