Gym flooring / Mats

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  1. Sand Hanitizer

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    I have been out of the game for a while now...but I just got a new place which has allowed me to bring all of my home gym equipment with me.

    My only concern is flooring. Ideally, I am looking for some commercial grade rubber mats, but those can get expensive fast. I have used those cheap foam 1x1 squares and they fucking suck :ugh:

    What do you guys use for flooring in your home gyms?! I am trying to find something reasonably priced.
     
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    also depends what type of room you are in, concrete basement or wood etc.
     
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    Thanks for the links, and unfortunately it is carpeted :wtc:
     
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    I have 6 of the tractor supply mats and they are perfect

    I believe I even saw a flier from tractor supply about their labor day sale and the mats were $35 a piece instead of the normal $40
     
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    Fuck ya Bob, this exactly what i was looking for :bowdown:
     
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    i use the 3'x3' ones from home depot that you normally see in restaraunts. they have holes in them to allow for water to pass thru.

    but, i also have mine on an outside patio so you may not want to use those.
     
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    I bought horse mats for my basement. Can't beat the price. Only problem is they stunk up the basement for a couple of weeks but all good now.
     
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