THE FOUNDATIONS - GYM FLOORING
Gym flooring is a specialist area, it can vary in cost depending on the type of activity the flooring needs to support. We would always recommend flooring with a minimum thickness of 20mm to support a free weight area sufficiently.
Knowing early on how you plan to utilise the training space will assist in deciding on the style of flooring, some styles require professional installation and some can simply be laid down with no fixing required, using the wrong style of flooring can be costly to correct if it's found not suitable.
Maintaining your equipment and ensuring workout safety starts with the flooring, the right gym flooring can offer protection of your equipment as well as the internal building structure. Think about how the flooring blends into the overall design, will your space feel larger or smaller? Can it promote the facility's branding?
It can be difficult in selecting the correct gym flooring, but a reputable provider can provide expert advice in this area to find the right solution.
THE TOOLS - EQUIPMENT SELECTION
With a huge range of equipment available, we find our customers choose a specific mix to utilise their space and allow them to achieve their goals, based around the overall training ethos for the gym.
Functional training rigs and racks are becoming a cornerstone in most modern gyms, offering a versatile solution that delivers performance in a space-efficient manner.
Running a full-service big box gym can mean equipment costings can easily run into the tens of thousands, whereas a specialised HIIT studios costs will be much smaller, it very much depends on the style of facility.
We hope we have provided an overview of some of the main points to consider when building a training space in a gym or at home. If you are thinking of creating your own, please contact our team below and we'd be delighted to work with you on your fitness project.
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