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  • Highly shock absorbent.
  • Economical rubber flooring solution.
  • Available in two popular thicknesses.

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Rubber Floor Ramps
Rubber Floor Ramps
3" x 12 linear ft
Transitions a taller floor to a lower floor
$37.99 ea.
$37.99 ea.
TRX Pro 4
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Pro Suspension Trainer 4, Single Unit
$209.95 ea.
$209.95 ea.
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Duracove 2.5" x 3.2mm x 120' Rubber Wall Base
Duracove 2.5" x 3.2mm x 120' Rubber Wall Base
2.5" x 3.2mm x 120 ln ft - Straight (toeless)
Covers expansion gap between the floor and the wall
$198.99 ea.
$198.99 ea.
Duracove 6" x 3.2mm x 100' Rubber Wall Base
Duracove 6" x 3.2mm x 100' Rubber Wall Base
6" x 3.2mm x 100 ln ft - Straight (toeless)
Covers expansion gap between the floor and the wall
$267.99 ea.
$267.99 ea.
  • Highly shock absorbent.
  • Economical rubber flooring solution.
  • Available in two popular thicknesses.
  • Full 5-year warranty.
Description - Impact rolls offer a gym flooring solution for those in need of extra shock absorption. Less dense than our standard rolled rubber flooring, these rolls are ideal for plyometric workouts and other high-impact exercise routines. Impact rolls are also highly slip-resistant and can be used outdoors temporarily as roll-out protective flooring. In areas with weight equipment and other heavy exercise equipment impact rolls are not recommended since they are not quite as durable as our regular rolled gym flooring. Even though these low-cost rubber rolls are very economical, they’re backed by a 5-year warranty.
Note: During certain types of running and high-intensity workouts, our impact rolls may start to break down and flake over time. For these types of exercises, we recommend the use of our standard rubber rolls which are more durable and better suited for these types of exercises.
Material – Recycled rubber buffings. This type of recycled rubber is the cleanest available and has the least amount of odor of any recycled rubber product available on the market.
Width – 4'.
Thickness – Available in 3/8" and 1/2" thickness.
Length – Available in 25' and 50' standard lengths.
Weight – 2.03 Lbs. per sqft for the 3/8” thick rolls and 2.91 Lbs. per sqft for the 1/2” thick Impact rubber flooring.
Origin – Made in the USA
Recommended Uses – Impact rolled rubber flooring offers an excellent solution for use as plyometric training mats, and in high-impact studios. This plyometric flooring solution can also be used where jumping and other high-impact exercises are regularly performed and the extra shock absorption would be beneficial to help prevent leg fatigue and/or injury.
Plyometric training flooring is easy to clean. Maintenance of this rolled rubber flooring typically includes:
  • Vacuuming any loose dust, dirt, or debris from the rubber flooring surface when necessary.
  • Occasional damp mopping of the plyometric matting with a mild soap and water mixture. Some soaps commonly used include Dawn dish detergent and/or Tide laundry detergent.
  • This rolled rubber flooring solution is slightly porous to aid in the shock absorption of the rubber and this can cause the Impact flooring to take slightly more time to clean as compared to our regular rolled rubber gym flooring.
Note: Do not use any solvent or oil style cleaners such as Pinesol, Lysol, Murphy’s Oil Soap, WD40, paint thinner, etc. since these types of cleaners will break down the flooring over time.

For more detailed cleaning instructions and commercial cleaning instructions, Click Here.

When installing rolled rubber flooring, it is recommended that you use an adhesive to prevent the rolls from moving around or sliding apart between adjacent rolls. The most common methods of adhering rubber rolls to the subfloor are:

A: Double-Sided Tape Installation
  1. First, clean your subfloor so that it is free of all dust, dirt, and debris.
  2. Loose lay your rolls in the room as you would like them to look after a complete installation. Let the rolls relax for 24-48 hours to ensure the proper installation of your new flooring.
  3. Note: Rolls may be directional, so make sure the color matches on each roll. If the roll colors do not match, flip them or turn them 180 degrees to ensure the color matches.
  4. Make any necessary cuts to the rolls to fit them into the room using a straight edge and a utility knife with a fresh blade. We recommend leaving a gap around the rolls roughly the thickness of the rolls being used to account for expansion and contraction.
  5. Roll up the rolls at one end of the room. Apply double-sided tape to the floor along the perimeter of each roll.
  6. Place the rubber rolls back into position on top of the double-sided tape.

B: Glue Installation
  1. First, clean your subfloor so that it is free of all dirt, dust, and debris. Also, when gluing your flooring down, it is recommended that the subfloor is free of any moisture.
  2. Loose lay your rolls in the room as you would like them to look after a complete installation. Let the rolls relax for 24-48 hours to ensure the proper installation of your new flooring.
  3. Note: Rolls may be directional, so make sure the color matches on each roll. If the roll colors do not match, flip them or turn them 180 degrees to ensure the color matches.
  4. Make any necessary cuts to the rolls to fit them into the room using a straight edge and a utility knife with a fresh blade. We recommend leaving a gap around the rolls roughly the thickness of the rolls being used to account for expansion and contraction.
  5. Roll up the rolls at one end of the room. Spread a light layer of polyurethane adhesive that is 10’ long (maximum) and unroll the flooring into the adhesive 10’ at a time.
  6. Repeat this step for every 10’ of roll length until the entire roll has been unrolled into its desired position.
  7. After all of the rolls have been glued down, it is often recommended to use a 100-pound roller on the floor to guarantee good adherence to the subfloor. If a roller is not available, walking on the flooring in small choppy steps may also work.

For printable installation instructions, please Click Here.
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May I use this product for aerobic and weight exercises?
Sean
Our Impact Rolls are great for aerobic exercises due to these rolls being more shock absorbent. These rolls can handle light to medium weight exercises, but heavy weights are not recommended on this floor.
I'm looking to use these mats over a light colored berber carpet and am concerned that the suggestion of putting plastic sheeting under them to prevent staining will then make the mats slip and move during workouts. Any other suggestions?
Alan
The weight of our Impact Rolls over the plastic sheeting will be enough to keep the rolls from moving. The plastic sheeting will not act as a lubricant under the floor since both materials will cause a good deal of friction. We have had many people use plastic under our rubber flooring with no movement.
Can you lay your Impact Rolls over carpet?
ED
Our Impact Rolls can be installed over carpet. These rolls work the best over low pile commercial grade carpet, but can be installed over higher pile carpets. The issue that you may run into when installing these rolls over plush carpet is that there may be some separation of the rolls. Another issue that may arise is that when the carpet is installed over light color carpet you may get some staining. This can be prevented with the use of a plastic sheet underneath the flooring.
Do these mats have a rubber odor or any other odor?
chip
Our Impact Rolls do have a slight odor. This odor will dissipate over time and can be further mitigated by cleaning the flooring with a mild soap and water solution.
can I mix 3/8" Impact rolls and 3/8" Impact mats on the same floor? I need 4x55' to do my job
Anonymous
You can use both our Impact Mats and our Impact Rolls together for your floor. Both of these products come 3/8" thick but may look different. Our Impact Rolls are typically more black but can have various colors in them. The same can be said with the Impact Mats. Other than this, the quality of the two products if virtually the same.
Can these be used for gymnastics?
Anonymous
Our Impact Rolls could be used for gymnastics. We have other products that would be better for some gymnastic moves, but these rolls would provide you with ample shock absorbency and a slip resistant surface when wet.
Do you sell mats that would fit a specific dimension? I nee a 6' X6" mat for aerobic therapy exercises.
andy
We do have a smaller version of our Impact Rolls. This product is called our Impact Mat, and it comes in a 4' x 6' mat size.
Can these be used for wrestling?
Frank
Since our Impact Rolls are made from rubber, they may not be the best flooring option for wrestling. Rubber is very slip-resistant, which can hinder proper movement when performing certain moves. Also, these rubber rolls are porous, thus making them a little difficult to sanitize properly. We do have a wide range of wrestling mats and tiles that can be found on our Wrestling Mats page.
We are looking for a durable floor for an enclosed utility trailer. What is your recommended method of installation since it we subject to a wide range of temperatures?
Ray White
When installing our Impact Rolls in a utility trailer, we recommend using double-sided tape or a polyurethane adhesive to keep the rolls in place. You will want to make sure to leave at least a 3/8" gap between the floor and the walls of the trailer to account for expansion and contraction. If you want to try and prevent any expansion and contraction, we would suggest gluing the floor with our polyurethane adhesive.
Can I use this product to cover delicate stone walkway in extremely winters conditions?
Jason cardillo
Our Impact Rolls can be installed outdoors as flooring over a stock walkway. As long as the walkway if pretty flat and doesn't have a lot of jagged edges, the roll will perform excellently. Since this roll is made from rubber, it is slip-resistant and more slip-resistant when wet. To help prevent ice build-up and to also get rid of ice, we recommend prepping the rubber flooring like you would your sidewalk in winter. You can use salt, sand, and other materials to ensure a safe walkway for anyone who uses it.
I wanted to cover a 5' x 20' area in my garage home office. This would be a working area for standing and sitting in an office chair with casters. Would this rubber roll mat work for this application? Also, I want to use these rolls as an anti-fatigue mat when standing.
troy demel
Our Impact Rolls can be used as office flooring. These rolls are able to handle chairs with casters rolling on them. We do recommend to protect the flooring from the constant rolling to use a plastic chair pad in the area where chairs are used the most. These rolls are less dense than our standard rubber flooring and thus have been used as anti-fatigue matting and flooring in stores, offices, warehouses, and more.
Is this useable in a commercial kitchen?
mark
Our Impact Rolls can be used in a commercial kitchen. To use them in this environment, you will need to seal the floor. You can use our Rubber Floor Finish and Sealer on this floor to do that. For the seams, we recommend using our Seam Sealer glue. Since traffic may be heavy in this environment, you will need to remove and replace this sealer often. Our rubber flooring is mold and mildew resistant and is very easy to clean. Rubber flooring is also very slip-resistant, even when wet, so they are perfect for this type of use.
Looking to use this for group fitness classes. Mainly HIIT. Are they comfortable on hands and knees and when doing floor exercises?
Terry Wehner
Our Impact Rolls are one of our most comfortable rubber floors to work out do to them being less dense than standard rubber floors. These rubber rolls are great for all types of high impact workouts and are extremely comfortable for floor exercises.
Can this be used outdoors on a permanent basis? (With direct sunlight).
Omair
Our Impact Rolls can be installed outdoors. As long as the walkway if pretty flat and doesn't have a lot of jagged edges, the roll will perform excellently. Since this roll is made from rubber, it is slip-resistant and more slip-resistant when wet. To help prevent ice build-up and to also get rid of ice, we recommend prepping the rubber flooring like you would your sidewalk in winter. You can use salt, sand, and other materials to ensure a safe walkway for anyone who uses it. Rubber will fade in sunlight over time.
Hi, can these rolls be used for sprinting? I am looking for some rubber flooring that I will create as a track lane for my gym. So will this be okay to use, or will it wear out the flooring?
Josh Hackley
Our Impact Rolls are not ideal for sprinting as they are less dense than our standard rubber flooring and will get damaged easily over time. For sprinting, we would recommend using our 8mm or 15mm Impact Rolls - Designer Series as they have a tough top layer that can handle the added abuse while providing the cushioning needed to protect your joints.
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  Good Flooring for Aerobics Room
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Total Body Fitness from Riverside, Alamaba wrote...
Product arrived timely, as stated. It was heavy but rolled out flat. We used a $2.00 plastic carpet knife from Home Depot and replaced the blade twice - this blade was easier to use than a utility knife. I plan on installing a rubber transition in the doorways due to the high traffic in/out of the room - otherwise everything is staying in place without using glue or tape to hold it down. I installed black rubber cove base (baseboard) on the lower wall and it looks great. It does show foot prints easily but they come off ok with a damp mop - I'll be searching for a way to minimize this to keep the maintenance less intensive. We use this room for Boot Camp, Pilates, Abs class, Step Aerobics, Zumba, Spinning, etc. (spinning bikes do not leave any marks on mat). You do need a cushioned mat when doing floor exercises.
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Anonymous from Tampa,FL wrote...
I installed this in less than a couple of hours, literally just rolling it out and cutting with a utility knife to fit. I did not need carpet tape. The rubber flooring has enough grip and weight to stay still. We do a lot of plyo- metric workouts and even some boxing and it holds up great.
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  Awesome floor for my fitness room!
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Debi from Westen, Mass wrote...
We ordered the 3/8″ thick rubber flooring, and can't say enough great things about it. It has exceeded our expectations. The people from Rubber Flooring had VERY good customer service. We knew what to expect, and the delivery people were also very professional. My husband brought each of the 3 rolls down our bulkhead stairs on a 2 wheel dolly (I never could have done this) they're heavy. They where pretty easy laying out, and cutting with utility knife, and they laid nice and flat immediately. I do martial arts, yoga, cardio and step on these mats...they are durable but aren't hard like wood or cement. You can pivot on them without wrenching your knees either. We are really happy with this purchase, and it looks fantastic too. I'll send along a photo. Loving our new FLOOR !
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