Health & Fitness Flooring
Every club wants its members to get the best out of their fitness classes, the functional training session, their core workout, but you especially want your members to come back for more. The type of floor you choose for your facility is decisive in post-exercise speed of recovery and key to how fast your members get fit. If your members are sore and stiff from the previous day’s workout they’ll often wait before coming back for more. People get fitter faster when they recover from the previous workout. Fitness levels improve when members recover and then work out again.
The most comfortable sports flooring in the Taraflex® range, Taraflex® Comfort offers great protection for studios that are unlikely to use equipment for activities such as yoga and pilates. With such comfort, floor-based exercise without mats are still achievable. Also, Comfort is the ideal flooring solution for designated stretching areas. Features Taraflex® Protecsol®.
Providing great protection for floor-based classes that may also incorporate some lighter pieces of equipment such as kettlebells or light dumbbells. Introduction of spinning bikes or concept rowers for scheduled classes will also pose no problems for this flooring.
"Flooring is an incredibly important part of the building. It is a big contributor to our aesthetic aims and helps in many areas where we need light, highly visible flooring to assist people with conditions like Parkinson’s and dementia, who have difficulty differentiating surfaces and steps. "
Tilly Sheridan, Facilities Manager, Thistle FoundationView Case Study
" It’s such a good quality product. Right from the look, the feel and the comfort for our particular use, it’s the only product we will specify now "
Carl Gray, the Founder and a Studio Director at Bikram YogaView Case Study
"We’ve specified Gerflor flooring many times before. It’s a lovely product to work with. Very easy to lay and extremely trouble-free. In fact, we specify it whenever we can "
Steve Knight, Director, Commercial Flooring, BuxtonsView Case Study