You'll need quality mats whether you practise MMA, Olympic wrestling, Freestyle, Greco-Roman, Catch wrestling, or Combat Submission Wrestling to lessen the impact when you break down and take opponents down. Our UK-based company MMA Matting produces high-quality wrestling mats under the Promat name that can endure the rigorous use of the grappling arts.
We provide a variety of mats, including taekwondo and BJJ mats, that are appropriate for wrestling practise. Roll out wrestling mats, a more recent product on the market, are ideal for groups or individuals without a dedicated training area and who need a place to store the mats when not in use. These roll-out mats can be used for both wrestling and storage; when not in use, they can be rolled up and stored. We can deliver you order to anywhere within the UK.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of mats do they use in martial arts?
The majority of martial arts mats are constructed of rubber. The combination of ethylene and vinyl acetate in this substance creates a soft but enduring polymer that is ideal for high-impact exercises and sports. EVA foam also offers a secure practice area for martial arts with adequate cushioning.
How thick should martial arts mats be?
It is advised to utilise mats that are at least 1.5 inches thick, although most martial arts mats with a thickness of more than 1 inch are appropriate for slams and throws.
How thick is a wrestling mat?
The most popular mat thicknesses for wrestling are 1-1/4" and 2". According to research testing, cross-linked polyethene foam requires up to 50% more material to match the impact and shock-absorbing properties of PVC Rubber Nitrile foam.
What is the use of mats in Taekwondo?
Martial arts mats that not only protect athletes when they strike the mat but also give them the stability they need to execute head-height kicks, spins, jumps, and other stand-up manoeuvres are necessary for taekwondo training.