Rubber flooring mats and tiles provide maximum comfort underfoot and absorb the shock of training impact, reducing the potential for stress and injury to athletes. Tough and resilient enough to endure the most intense abuse, these mats will stand up to long-term punishment from treadmills, stationary bikes, and the dropping of dumbbells. Our gym mats are also designed to be anti-bacterial, and reduce noise and vibration. At Top Fitness, we offer rubber gym mats and tiles for both sectional and wall-to-wall applications.

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If you’re setting up a proper home fitness center, you’ll want rubber gym tiles that will not only protect your floors but also reduce impact from running, jumping, or any other movement you may make inside. Whether you want to avoid damaging hardwood, drop weights at your discretion, or protect carpeting from any grime that might accumulate, rubber gym tiles are an important addition to any home gym. If you’d prefer something less comprehensive than our rubber gym flooring, check out our equipment mats!

Be sure to reach out to us via our contact page if you have any questions regarding our rubber gym tiles. You can also shop with us for weight plates and weight storage.

Gym Flooring FAQs

Which type of flooring is preferred for the gym?

Rubber flooring mats are the best choice for any kind of gym. They provide a range of benefits including:

  • Protecting floors or carpets from impact and dirt/grime
  • Reducing noise and vibration
  • Providing comfort for underfoot
  • Minimizing the risk of stress and injury
  • Won’t promote bacterial growth
  • Simple and quick to set up
  • Easy to clean

How thick should a gym floor be?

The thickness of your gym floor mat should be dependent on whether you’ll be lifting heavy weights and dropping them onto the floor. If you have machines and dumbbells in your home gym, we recommend choosing rubber mats or tiles of at least 3/4” in thickness.


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