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The safety of clients as they put their bodies through heavy exertion, lifting, pulling, pushing, jumping and stretching throughout their training is the highest priority for Gym owners. Alongside in-depth gym tutorials, safety signage and staff available on the gym floor to assist with safety queries, the actual structure of the gym should also be designed to maximise safety and allow easy and inexpensive maintenance. Gym Floor Safety When considering safety and maintenance, the main criteria for your flooring should include the following:-   Non-Slip The surface within a Gym should not become slippery when in contact with moisture. This...

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Whether you’re building a home gym or setting up a commercial gym, weights are a hugely popular and effective way to workout. The problem is, like with most things, there’s so much to choose from. Unless you’re an experienced lifter or gym owner, it can tough to make the right decision.  Unfortunately, buying all the weights isn’t usually an option. With so many options to choose from, you want to find the weights that are perfect for your facility and fitness goals. To help you make the best decision for you, we’ve put together a buying guide so you know...

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We all want our Gym to represent our personality, style and character yet deliver on functionality. Fitness tiles with design, colour and texture features can enhance space, create zones and inject colour but how do we go about it?  Read up on our tips for deciding on what is right for YOUR gym.

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Installing a sprint track in your facility or home gyms adds a whole new level of versatility to your workout. A sprint track isn’t just for sprinting; you can perform plyometric movements, sled and tyre work. Create a bold focal point and add a new dimension to your training routine.  When it comes to sprint tracks, you have a lot of options on the market. Whatever you choose, you want something very durable and built for purpose. Enhance your workout and give your members more functionality at the gym. Keep reading to find out why you need a sprint track...

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The best free weights flooring supports the heaviest weights and sweatiest of strength training sessions. Due to the nature of lifting heavy weights, it can be harmful to your flooring. Barbells, weight racks, and kettlebells can all damage your floor.  Even if you’re careful, it’s hard to lower weights slowly to the floor in a deadlift. It’s common to drop barbells on the floor during free weight sessions. The right flooring keeps your weights and equipment safe while protecting your flooring. Keep reading to find out the best flooring for free weights.  In this article: What to Look for in...

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