Gym Equipment Mat
The exercise gym equipment mat is the ideal solution to protect your flooring and reduce noise level as well as vibration when using your exercise equipment, whether it is a treadmill, a cross trainer or a workout bench. Made of EVA rubber, the resilient equipment mat is designed to provide extra cushioning and reduce shock to joints and ligaments. The 7 mm thick material is strong enough to withstand most of the exercise machines. The extra-large 1870mm x 840mm size fits most brands of exercise equipment. It also works great as an all-purpose exercise and fitness flooring, ideal for jumping exercises and even supporting your weight rack. No assembly required, simply roll out your mat and start using it immediately. You can also place multiple mats side by side to cover a larger surface.
With the 7mm thickened design, the gym mat is more durable to last for various exercise equipments. As well as providing better shock absorption to protect fitness equipment and home floors from damage and scratches.
Double Anti-Slip Design
Other than proving impact protection and reduces noise to create a quieter workout environment. The gym mat is also designed with anti-slip function to ensure the safety of the user preventing the equipment from slipping off.
Is treadmill mat necessary for your treadmill?
Treadmill mat not only used for treadmill but other gym equipment to protect flooring from damages and scratches. Especially if your floor surface is made of stone, tile, concrete, wood, vinyl, laminate, or any other hard floors. It is advisable for you to place a treadmill mat underneath your treadmill or gym equipment.
In case you have a carpeted flooring, running on the machine can be dusty. The treadmill mat will help to prevent the fibres and dust from getting into the motor and other electrical parts. On top of that, it also help to reduce the vibration and noises.
Following are the three reasons why you should buy a treadmill mat for your treadmill.
Shock Absorption – The speed and intensity of running on a treadmill will results in the amount of vibration and noise that a machine will produced. Also, the impact produced between the runner, treadmill and the floor can be affected by the size of a person. Hence, the treadmill mat will act as an additional suspension to dampen the vibration. It also cuts down the noise produced between the running deck and the floor.
STAYING PUT – Even a good treadmill can “inch” forward across the floor over time without a mat underneath it. By placing a mat below, it increases the friction between the treadmill and floor, preventing the machine from moving around.
PROTECTS YOUR FLOORING — Even extremely hard surfaces can be dented over time from a treadmill if there’s not a treadmill mat underneath it. The small feet of a treadmill will bear down into an unprotected floor from the combined weight of the treadmill and force of the runner or maybe even walker. It can result in dents, chips or cracks. That can be prevented by putting a treadmill mat down.