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NordicTrack Equipment Floor Mat $37.99 80” x 40” x.15”

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[Costco] NordicTrack Equipment Floor Mat $37.99 80” x 40” x.15”

This NordicTrack mat seems like a decent deal, if you need a mat for your spin bike etc.
$37.99
80” x 40” X.15”
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Can anyone explain why I wouldn't just get a cheap(ish) yoga mat? Is this actually a good investment?
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fatpandasneezes wrote: Can anyone explain why I wouldn't just get a cheap(ish) yoga mat? Is this actually a good investment?
If it's like what I had before if I slapped you with this mat you be going through the wall lol. Their really heavy and thick and don't slide at all and makes for a more stable workout.
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fatpandasneezes wrote: Can anyone explain why I wouldn't just get a cheap(ish) yoga mat? Is this actually a good investment?
I can't speak about this mat vs a cheap yoga mat, but cheapish yoga mats are very thin and don't provide a lot of support or cushioning. I had a cheapish yoga mat to do actual yoga and then I had to upgrade to a fancy lululemon mat which actually made a world of a difference. I imagine you'll get a thicker mat with this that will actually do a good job at protecting your floors.
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fatpandasneezes wrote: Can anyone explain why I wouldn't just get a cheap(ish) yoga mat? Is this actually a good investment?
This mat is only .15” thick however, the Material is much denser and more tear resistant than a regular yoga mat.
Hope this helps.
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I bought one of these a while back, but the wife wouldn't let me keep it inside. It had a very strong rubber smell so it ended up in the garage...
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Great needed something like this for my garage tool workshop
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viddi76 wrote: I bought one of these a while back, but the wife wouldn't let me keep it inside. It had a very strong rubber smell so it ended up in the garage...
Off gassing is common...just leave it outside for a few days and the smell usually dissipates
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Thanks been looking for something like this
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viddi76 wrote: I bought one of these a while back, but the wife wouldn't let me keep it inside. It had a very strong rubber smell so it ended up in the garage...
You leave it in the sun for a few days to air out. Why wouldn't you give it away for free or use it outside!
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Is this a good price to buy a bunch for a whole home gym? Or am I better off waiting for the ones that click into one another?

Edit: the tiles seem cheaper
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Ah1800 wrote: Is this a good price to buy a bunch for a whole home gym? Or am I better off waiting for the ones that click into one another?

Edit: the tiles seem cheaper
I wouldn’t recommend these for an entire gym floor, as they are meant to go under equipment,
If you have a gym on a strong main floor, I’d suggest thick 4X8 horse stall mats which you can purchase at most Livestock feed stores etc.
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Trooper11 wrote: If you have a gym on a strong main floor, I’d suggest thick 4X8 horse stall mats which you can purchase at most Livestock feed stores etc.
I'd still need 2 of these but thats genius. Thanks for the idea!
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Feegus wrote: I'd still need 2 of these but thats genius. Thanks for the idea!
Most welcome.
They are super heavy but you wouldn’t find better protection for a gym floor!
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Trooper11 wrote: I wouldn’t recommend these for an entire gym floor, as they are meant to go under equipment,
If you have a gym on a strong main floor, I’d suggest thick 4X8 horse stall mats which you can purchase at most Livestock feed stores etc.

Do u know any stores specifically? I've checked fitness equipment places and most don't seem to have them in stock
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Too short for a concept 2 rower?
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Trooper11 wrote: I wouldn’t recommend these for an entire gym floor, as they are meant to go under equipment,
If you have a gym on a strong main floor, I’d suggest thick 4X8 horse stall mats which you can purchase at most Livestock feed stores etc.
Good call.
I looked into this but it seems to be double the price of regular mats so I didn't do it.
I went with mats under the equipment.
Just a heads up, horse mats are heavy (100lbs+) and the ones I saw can't really be rolled up for transport.
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Anyone have one of these under a Peloton? how is the sizing?

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