The increasing popularity of Olympic lifting has seen it explode through gyms across the country, helped along by the ever-growing Crossfit craze. The only drawbacks seem to be the safety issues and the cost. The biggest problem related to both is dropping weights; it trashes both bars and plates, and sometimes, the unfortunate gym rat that gets in the way.
IronEdge has come up with a product which reduces both dangers considerably, making Olympic lifting more accessible to the average gym-goer: 50mm dual density rubber flooring.
Rather than having to spend a fortune on building a lifting platform, you can simply purchase IronEdge’s new 50mm rubber flooring, which allows you to quickly and easily construct your own platform.
At 50mm thick, in 500x500mm tiles, the flooring is comprised of dual-density foam. The top layer is 10mm deep and provides a dense surface for supporting the lifter and the weight, while the 40mm beneath is a cushioning layer for both shock and sound absorption.
IronEdge’s new rubber flooring: a safe and sound solution to your Olympic lifting issues.