Gym flooring for your home gym will give your gym the look and feel of a professional gym.
But, it's going to do much more than that.
You'll find out what else it does here on this page.
You can now find flooring for your home gym for reasonable prices. I've searched for rubber flooring for several years now, and finally, someone realized that there's a market and need for this type of flooring!
You don't need a huge area at home for your gym.
All you really need is a power rack, a few olympic barbell sets, olympic weights, weight lifting bench, and an adjustable dumbbell set.
A few hundred square feet of space will be plenty of room for your weight lifting workouts.
How Much Does Gym Flooring Really Cost?
You can now find gym flooring for a few dollars a square foot. So, if you do the calculations, expect your home gym floor to cost you in the five hundred dollar range.
That's not a bad price to give your home gym that look and feel that you want!
If you have a larger area, expect the cost to be more.
Find the cost of rubber flooring online. You'll be given a price per square foot.
Simply use a tape measure to get the dimensions of the room you are or will be using for your home gym equipment. Mulitply the length of the room times the width of the room in feet.
The result will be the amount of square feet you need to cover your gym floor. All you have to do now is multiply your square feet by the price per square foot.
For example, let's say you have 250 square feet. You find an online price of $2 per square foot. The total price of your rubber flooring will be 250 times $2 or 500 dollars.
Why You Need Home Gym Flooring…
Flooring is essential for your home gym.
I've used a bedroom with carpet as a gym, a basement with concrete flooring, and a basement with carpeting throughout the years of weightlifting. I can personally tell you how much of a difference rubber flooring makes in your home gym!
- Safety: Safety is always number one! You should never take a chance with your safety while lifting weights. You do not want to slip or trip while carrying or lifting heavy weights.
I've been there before and slipping on a concrete floor is not difficult to do. Tripping on carpet flooring is also possible, and it only takes one time to really do some damge! Be safe and use rubber flooring in your home gym.
- Floor Protection: Rubber gym flooring will protect your current flooring in your new home gym. The extra cost of the rubber flooring will protect your current floor. For example, if you work out in your basement as I do, you don't want to crack the concrete floor by dropping heavy weights.
You could cost yourself hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars by cracking your flooring. Rubber flooring will protect your current floor and leave it looking perfect if you ever decide to move from your home or move your home gym to another location in your home.
- Absorbs Shock: Shock absorption from the rubber will help protect your floor. Just imagine trying to sit a 400 pound barbell down easy on the concrete floor for every rep on your set of deadlifts.
You shouldn't have to worry about setting the bar down so easy on every rep! This takes away from your concentration. With a rubber floor, the shock is absorbed and you won't have to worry about setting the bar down easily on every rep.
With rubber flooring, you can put your full concentration into your weightlifting. You'll lift heavier weights and build more muscle.
- Noise Reduction: If you will be lifting weights in your home, your workout could become very loud depending on the location of your gym inside your home. Free weights clanking on the floor on every rep can get loud. The correct gym flooring can help reduce noise in your gym.
Your family will very much appreciate the reduction in noise. It can get very annoying for the rest of your family or for you when another member of your family is working out.
- Professional Look and Feel: Let's face it, a rubber floor will look great inside your new home gym. You'll love working out in your gym with it's professional look and feel. What would you rather have? A bare concrete floor, carpet, or a rubber floor that absorbs noice and reduces shock.
Installing home gym flooring is a no-brainer when you weigh the benefits versus the cost. Safety alone is a great reason to purchase flooring for your gym. Get yours today.
You'll love the new flooring in your home gym.