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  • Tumbling Mats for Every Activity

    Tumbling mats are the foundation for all kinds of activities, not just gymnastics. They can be play mats, cheer mats, even wrestling mats. The job of the tumbling mat is to provide injury-preventing padding between the user and the floor. They should be thick enough to soften falls, supportive enough to ensure stability, and affordable enough that everyone can get them. Our tumbling mats meet all these requirements, so go ahead and grab yours now! Continue reading

  • Hooray for Play Mats!

    Your kids spend a lot of time on the floor, so it’s important that the play area on the floor they’re so fond of rolling on, spilling on, and falling on is safe and easy to care for. Our play mats and multi-purpose mats are perfect for this application. If you want a soft, supportive, and stain-resistant place for your kids to do their important work of playing, these play mats are for you. Continue reading

  • Floors for Fitness

    Fitness flooring is different from the flooring in you living room. It’s different from the floors at the mall and in the locker room. Fitness flooring is different because it needs to meet specific needs that frankly, you don’t have in your living room or the mall. When you’re using free weights or doing plyometrics or HIIT, your floor needs to be able to take it. A nice berber or ceramic tiles aren’t going to work. Continue reading

  • Martial Arts for Keeping Up

    Winter is off-season for a handful of sports, but it’s an excellent time to pick up martial arts if you’re not already into them. If you’re into a sport that isn’t really suited for outdoor practice in the snow or cold weather, you’ve got to find some way to stay on top of your game while you’re waiting for the sun to come back out. A lot of sports work pretty specific muscles and you need a particular range of motion for them. So, in order to stay on top of that kind of stuff, you need an indoor exercise routine that provides the kind of whole-body workout that can be difficult to achieve with a typical gym routine. Enter martial arts. Continue reading

  • How Yoga Changes the Mind (and Body)

    "If yoga were taught in K-12, there would be peace on Earth." That's quite the statement, but a real one spoken by a yoga teacher at her evening class. Is she right? We have no doubt. When a child is taught from a very young age how to focus her mind, how to control his body, and how to concentrate on breathing as an empowering and calming tool, and how to see the intrinsic value in others, it's impossible to think otherwise. Try it for yourself: get your kids a yoga mat and a good teacher and watch. Continue reading

  • Choosing a Trade Show Booth Flooring Product

    Choosing a flooring material for your trade show booth can be tricky. Ideally, you want something that looks professional, but also must meet your practicality standards. You need to be able to stand on it for hours at a time without becoming sore or fatigued. You also need a flooring solution that is as lightweight as possible, easily transported, easily maintained and lasts for years. Continue reading

  • Playing for Growth

    Toddlers and young children develop and improve gross motor skills mostly through play, and one of the most fun ways of playing is with some fun gymnastics equipment like a tumbling barrel. Or maybe a cheese mat. Or even just a tumbling mat. All three encourage kids to think creatively, be active, and in the meantime, unbeknownst to them, develop crucial motor skills. Continue reading

  • Taming the Toys

    Play areas can become a little, shall we say, congested - after the holidays. How is yours shaping up? Can you still see the floor? Are you able to actually get the door open at all? One of the things we love doing best is helping families create lovable, comfortable living spaces, and the play room or area should be no exception. We can help you tame those toys with a few foam mats and some imagination! Continue reading

  • What's Your Fitness Motivator?

    Wondering how your fitness goals will be set back before January 1st? Well, one glass of champagne contains about 95 calories. Christmas cookies? About 70 calories - and who stops with just one Christmas cookie?! The hors d'oeuvres that you're going to pick away at on December 31st? No telling. What is all this consumption going to do to your fitness goals? Well, it isn't going to help, let's just say that. Continue reading

  • Something New

    If you're already thinking about New Year's resolutions, may we suggest considering taking up an active hobby like martial arts? Of course training with someone qualified is a must for safe and correct form, but you can continue your practice at home, even in a small space, with some supportive and affordable martial arts mats. Continue reading

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