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NORSK 2-ft. x 2-ft. Foam Flooring (6-pk.)

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NORSK 2-ft. x 2-ft. Foam Flooring (6-pk.)
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  • Shock absorbing
  • Protects flooring from dents and spills
  • Resistant to moisture damage
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Norsk 2' x 2' 6 Pack Foam Flooring tiles absorbs shock and protects your knees, back and joints
Also protects flooring from dents and spills
Versatile design and convenient size is perfect for work areas, basements, garages or any other room
Resilient foam stands up to moisture damage
Easy to assemble any where
Lightweight and compact build makes this set easy to transport
Adds comfort to every step making every step your best step


www.sears.com/best-step-2-ft-x-2-ft-6/p-00962361000P

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According to the NORSK website, these are half inch or 12mm thick FYI

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Does anyone here have experience using these indoors (over a hardwood floor) in a home gym? Curious how these would stand up.

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rpaltman said:   Does anyone here have experience using these indoors (over a hardwood floor) in a home gym? Curious how these would stand up.
 

  
They are ok if you are not going to be dropping any very heavy weights on them.  They are not always even where they interlock so could be a trip hazard, but you can seal the edges with electrical tape or something to help with that.  I think the best bet is the 4'x6' rubber horse stall mats which you can buy at tractor supply or a similar store for about $50 each, however they may mark your wood floor.  These are a pretty good price to take a shot on and see.

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rpaltman said:   Does anyone here have experience using these indoors (over a hardwood floor) in a home gym? Curious how these would stand up.
  I was thinking the same thing. I have experience with using foam floor tiles as a gym floor and it didn't work out well at all; ripping and tearing of the tiles. But I put the tiles directly on a concrete floor. Maybe if there was a plywood base it would work out better. I opted to get rubber tiles (which I wound up getting about 9 or 10 years ago from a deal here on the Fat Wallet when a local gym store was closing). Hope this helps.

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lionheart4life said:   
rpaltman said:   Does anyone here have experience using these indoors (over a hardwood floor) in a home gym? Curious how these would stand up.
  
They are ok if you are not going to be dropping any very heavy weights on them.  They are not always even where they interlock so could be a trip hazard, but you can seal the edges with electrical tape or something to help with that.  I think the best bet is the 4'x6' rubber horse stall mats which you can buy at tractor supply or a similar store for about $50 each, however they may mark your wood floor.  These are a pretty good price to take a shot on and see.

  
Good call on the tractor supply. These look nice and they are prices right (4' x 6' x 3/4"); http://www.tractorsupply.com/en/store/rubber-horse-stall-mat-4-f...

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thx, in for 3, i will add these in my attic "storage area".

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I had these over a laminate wood floor in a workout area. They are great but I dropped a 10# barbell weight and messed up the floor.

If I had to do it again, I think I would put a thin plywood in between this and the floor because you can't fix laminate click-in type floor.

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jtmundy said:   I had these over a laminate wood floor in a workout area. They are great but I dropped a 10# barbell weight and messed up the floor.

If I had to do it again, I think I would put a thin plywood in between this and the floor because you can't fix laminate click-in type floor.

  good call, would help to disperse the weight.  Too bad my local Sears does not have them in stock, not worth the shipping or the 30 minute drive

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Says $12.99 now

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