Unlike selectorized strength machines, free weights don’t restrict movement. This is great for building strength, but it also increases the risk for injury and damage to equipment. Dumbbells will bounce in odd directions and can easily hurt people. Kettlebells are sturdy, but everything has a breaking point. The impact of landing on hard concrete can snap the handle off. Weight drops are noisy, take a heavy toll on the floor, and speed the need for purchasing new equipment. Choosing the best weight room surface for your facility will go a long way to protecting both gym members and foundation.
Every one of our recycled rubber fitness floors is custom crafted to your specifications and delivers exceptional performance and safety. With REGUPOL, you can have full confidence that the weight room flooring you’ve selected supports the gym experience you want to create. From start to finish, we help guide you along the way at REGUPOL.
Dropping weights is certainly okay under certain circumstances. Using snatch or clean and jerk techniques, weightlifters raise heavy bars above their heads. After that, they drop them; job done. If you’re worried about the damage your weights or equipment may be doing to your floors, installing REGUPOL fitness flooring will do the trick. We have specially developed flooring systems in our product range ideal for these requirements. Our surfaces are strong, sturdy, and resilient—the perfect combination to increase stability, reduce body impact, and prevent injuries. The improved traction offered by our rubber flooring also allows lifters to really dig deep and get the most from their lift.