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The better question is “what is the best gym floor for YOU?” Generally, the best gym floor for you is one that has been specifically designed for the weight of the athlete that will provide a safe shock absorption value and uniformity of play.There are dozens of different construction designs of gym floors, using either wood or synthetic components. These designs have taken into account the end user’s body mass from 50 to 260+ pounds....

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FLOOR COSTS

There are many variables that can effect the final cost of a gym floor. For example, the size of the room, performance dynamics of the various components, and artwork just to name a few. However, in general a maple gym floor can cost from $11.00 to $25.00 per square foot installed. A synthetic gym floor can cost from $8.00 to $15.00 per square foot installed.


Other factors that can modify the financial impact of a gym floor purchase are items such as: system design, the condition of the concrete slab, moisture content of the building, the HVAC system, floor graphics, staining, logos, and construction timetable.


Additionally, we would suggest one considers the life cycle costs of such a purchase in the decision making process. For example, a maple gym floor needs to be recoated every year whereas a synthetic floor needs to be......

 
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There are many variables that can effect the final cost of a gym floor. For example, the size of the room, performance dynamics of the various components, and artwork just to name a few. However, in general a maple gym floor can cost from $11.00 to $25.00 per square foot installed. A synthetic gym floor can cost from $8.00 to $15.00 per square foot installed.


Other factors that can modify the financial impact of a gym floor purchase are items such as: system design, the condition of the concrete slab, moisture content of the building, the HVAC system, floor graphics, staining, logos, and construction timetable.


Additionally, we would suggest one considers the life cycle costs of such a purchase in the decision making process. For example, a maple gym floor needs to be recoated every year whereas a synthetic floor needs to be......

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CARING FOR YOUR FLOOR

Performance Beast Designed for heavy strength training, this 10.5mm system features a 8mm angry base layer that maximizes energy restitution. This dual durometer system is engineered to enhance durability in applications dominated by free weight training. 

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Custom made for extreme strength and conditioning, this 22.5mm system features a 10.5mm Performance Beast Roll field united to a 12mm ShockPad. The resulting triple durometer system combines the durability and firm footing desired in strength training with the ergonomic demands of aggressive functional training in one surface.