Aerobic Floors

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Aerobic Floor Mats For Step Exercise & Cross Fit Training
Purchasing the appropriate type of aerobic flooring for cross fit training, plyometric exercises, fitness and sport training is crucial for physical well being, especially for the trainer's joints. Floors for aerobics are produced in rolls or interlocking tiles. Rolls are more economical than interlocking floor tiles, rubber less expensive than Cross-linked foam filler, AKA polyethylene. However, even though rubber is less expensive it's also more durable and firmer. Half inch thick is recommended, especially for cross-fit training. Call us now for more information: 1-661-273-8700, 1-661-273-8701 Text: 1-323-420-6794

Our Aerobic rubber floor rolls is produced in two thicknesses, 3/8" or 1/2". A very firm floor that helps eliminate fatigue on the joints. Yet firm enough to maintain balance with or without shoes. Durability, firmness, energy absorption, and custom cuts are the attributives of this product. Half inch thick Cross-fit training mats will provide superior protection to joints while jumping, plyometric exercises and sport training.

Aerobic rubber floor tiles can be used as basketball, volleyball or tennis court tile, however the ball bounce may be subdued. In addition, plastic indoor/outdoor sport tiles will be less restrictive when pivoting on the ball of the feet.

The customer can save money and purchase long rolls and cut the rolls into cross fit mats. A 4ft. x 6 ft. x 1/2" thick cross fit mat will cost $53.52 per mat at $2.23 per sq ft.

Note: This floor is used for aerobic activity

For weight room or gym flooring please go to our
Sport Floors . For aerobic foam interlocking floor tiles please visit our Puzzle Mats.

Aerobic rubber flooring rolls 3/8" thick
$1.54 sq. ft.

Aerobic rubber flooring rolls 1/2" thick
$2.14 sq. ft.
Rubber aerobic mats will provide moderate protection from premature wear and’ tear of the joints. As well, this protection will enable the joints and muscles to endure movement over a long period of time thereby prolonging the workout and achieving a beneficial cardio workout. Of course this will strengthen cardiac muscles, burn calories and will increase bone density. Aerobic floors that are too spongy or soft will not contribute to bone density as much as a firmer aerobic flooring Source: WebMD

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Flooring for Aerobic Exercise
CWF's Aerobic Floors are Multi-Purpose For: Flexibility, Strength & Resistance Training, Balance Workouts and Aerobic Training

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FAQ: Aerobic Flooring
1. My husband and I own a neighborhood woman’s gym in Los Angeles, California. Due to a rental increase we must include men in our fitness program, yuck~! Since the men use Olympic bench press and heavier barbells, etc. we feel we must use a thick rubber floor. Please enlighten us.

A: This is a good question. Weight room flooring should be denser than aerobic rubber floors. We suggest acquiring both. For the weight room area 3/8” thick high density rubber and aerobic exercise area also 3/8” but low density rubber. If your budget permits ˝” for both would be best, especially for the aerobic training area.

2. Due to budget constraints our commercial aerobic center must use the 3/8” even though; according to your web site ˝” is recommended. Can we use the 3/8” aerobic rubber for a commercial aerobic center?

A: Yes! However, the 1/2" will provide your gym club members with more anti-fatigue properties, especially on the joints. Over-weight members and seniors will really appreciate the 1/2" thick aerobic floor.

3. We are scheduling a re-grand opening for a fitness center in Houston, Texas and we’ll include an aerobic training to our exercise program. Our landlord does not want us to use glue on the concrete floor. Can your aerobic flooring be applied on the floor without adhesive?

A: Yes, the aerobic flooring is heavy; ˝” thick weighs 3.4 lbs per square foot, 3/8” 2.5 lbs. per square foot. So the point is; the weight alone would permit a loose-lay application. Perhaps your landlord will permit the use of double-sided floor tape. Remember, the owner of the gym is responsible to produce a safe environment without tripping hazards. Using adhesive is recommended but not required.

5. We just opened a fitness center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our small business does not have a maintenance crew so my husband and I will do the cleaning. I guess the question is how time consuming will it be to keep the aerobic floor clean? How do you clean it?

A: Rubber is easy to clean and maintain. Here are some preventative methods to keep dirt out of your fitness center: Before entering the building, make sure you have a scraper mat so gym members can wipe their feet before entering the building. A friendly sign on the door that reads, “Pls. Keep Our Gym Clean. WIPE FEET BEFORE ENTERING, thank you!” broadcast that cleanliness is a priority. Then, upon entering the lobby of the gym a long carpet runner mat would help collect dirt before entering the gym area. How to Clean Rubber Flooring: Mix one cup of highly scented mild dish washing liquid in one gallon of water, msop and mop dry. Another option is mix one cup of white vinegar in one gallon of hot water map, then mop dry. Perhaps adding a couple cap fulls of lemon, or a few drops of the essential oil would produce a nice aroma.

6. The fitness program we have here in Phoenix; Arizona is mostly aerobic exercise which includes step-class, bar method training and spinning classes. We choose not to use your rubber aerobic flooring in the spinning room because, according to my research, rubber will muffle the sound. The cement floor echoes the music and improves the acoustics, especially the bass. Sorry for the rambling. Back to the subject: In our aerobic exercise studio we have only 2 dumbbell racks. Finally the question; can we place the dumbbell rack on top of your rubber aerobic flooring?

A: It depends on how heavy the rack is and how wide the foot pads are on the rack legs. We’ll have to say no. We recommend placing a plywood plank under the dumbbell rack.-paint it black for aesthetic reasons / to match the aerobic floor color. This will prevent premature wear on the rubber floor. Another options-and this may save you a couple of bucks- is to place the dumbbell rack or the bench press directly on the concrete and floor [verb] around the fitness equipment. Paint the concrete black in places you decide not to use the black aerobic flooring.

Please call us if you have any questions: 1-661-273-8700 or 1-661-273-8701 Text: 1-323-420-6794

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Cross fit Mat and Aerobic Floor Samples

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Rubber Aerobic Flooring & Cross fit Mat Samples
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