Gymnastics Mats

Gymnastics mats
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    MMA 40mm 1m x 1m Black/Grey Jigsaw Mat Tatami Grip 100kg/cbm

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    Wall Mats – Wall Padding for MMA BJJ 1.83m x 0.61 x 50mm *BLACK

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Gymnastics Mats

Gymnastics Matting

Gymnastics mats come in various types, each designed for specific purposes and activities. Understanding the differences, along with their pros and cons, can help you choose the right mat for your needs. Here’s an overview:

  1. Jigsaw Mats:
    • Pros: Interlocking design makes them easy to set up and store. Provides a stable surface with moderate cushioning. Good for martial arts and basic gymnastics.
    • Cons: Seams between pieces can be a tripping hazard. Not suitable for high-impact activities.
  2. Crash Mats (Landing Mats):
    • Pros: Thick and soft, providing excellent cushioning for high-impact activities like tumbling and aerial skills. Essential for safety in advanced gymnastics.
    • Cons: Bulky and not as easy to store. More expensive than other types of mats.
  3. Air Tracks:
    • Pros: Inflatable, offering a bouncy surface ideal for practicing tumbling and jumps. Adjustable firmness. Portable when deflated.
    • Cons: Requires inflation, which can be time-consuming. Risk of puncture. Higher cost.
  4. Carpet Top Roll-Out Mats:
    • Pros: Smooth, non-abrasive surface. Easy to roll out and store. Good for rhythmic gymnastics and floor exercises.
    • Cons: Less cushioning than air track mats. Not suitable for high-impact landings.
  5. General Foam Gym Mats:
    • Pros: Versatile, used for a variety of activities. Come in various thicknesses for different levels of cushioning. Relatively affordable.
    • Cons: Wear and tear over time. Some may not be suitable for high-impact skills.

Considerations When Choosing Gymnastics Mats

  • Intended Use: Choose a mat based on the specific activities you plan to do. High-impact skills require thicker, softer mats for safety.
  • Space and Storage: Consider the space available for the mat and where it will be stored when not in use.
  • Portability: If you need to move the mat frequently, consider lighter options or those that are easy to roll up.
  • Budget: Prices vary widely, so consider your budget when choosing a mat.

Remember, safety is paramount in gymnastics. Select a mat that provides adequate protection for the level of activity you’re engaged in.