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Promoted 10-15-2015 by iconian at 05:19 PM View Original Post
Walmart has Gold's Gym High Impact Flooring (Six 24" x 24" x 0.5" Pieces) for $17 + free store pick-up. Thanks purificada
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Edited October 15, 2015 at 09:08 AM by wuzzy
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Protect your floors while providing a comfortable workout area with this Gold's Gym 6 Piece Puzzle Mat.
Made of odor-free EVA, this Gold's Gym Puzzle Mat is easy to clean and durable.
This Gold's Gym Mat comes with edges to give your puzzle flooring a finished look.
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Last Edited by theboogeyman November 21, 2015 at 03:06 PM
Price now $29.89

This is the horse stall mat that is recommened for home gyms. Tough and durable. Suitable for repping out your 350lb deadlifts.

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I need something to place under my elliptical and the new bowflex gym that I bought this week..any feedback on the quality and how many of these I would need to cover that area?
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Good price. This will be great for the shed in the back yard
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Hmm, seconded, would like to put this in my basement gym area. Anyone have these? Reviews seem fairly good ... some complaining about sliding but I figure with a home gym and weight bench on top probably wouldn't have an issue w/that.
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Quote from TechiMan View Post :
I need something to place under my elliptical and the new bowflex gym that I bought this week..any feedback on the quality and how many of these I would need to cover that area?
over ratings are 4.2 out of a possible 5 stars based on 578 reviews which helped me decide to buy. Also I reviewed the questions and answers section on walmart and found two questions that also clinched my purchase:

Q: This is a 6 piece set. Is that two 24" x 24" mats plus four pieces of edging or is it 6 mats?
A: There are 6 square 2' x 2' pieces plus edging pieces...

Q: how thick are they?
A:5/8 of an inch but very compacted. I was impressed by its density.
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the normal price is 14 in Costco
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the normal price is 14 in Costco
Is that for six pieces or four? Usually these are sold in sets of four, I think.
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Is that for six pieces or four? Usually these are sold in sets of four, I think.
This is all I could find on their site that was similar....?

http://www.costco.com/ProductDisp...r=11623616
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I'm looking to setup a workout area in our freshly purchased house. Does anyone know if these are okay to put on hardwood? I'd hate for them to cause some problem on the original flooring.
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Seems nearly identical to the anti fatigue work mat panels from harbor freight, which are cheaper ($8 for four squares after 20% coupon):

http://www.harborfreight.com/4-pi...94635.html

Only difference I see is the "anti-skid" pattern on the top surface. I suppose the Gold's Gym mat could be denser but seriously doubt it.

I am using these (from HF) to protect my fake (laminate) wood flooring and sitting in chair that's on top of it now. It has compressed and distorted quite a bit from the chair's wheels and it's difficult to keep the pieces fitted together properly (they pull apart frequently from rolling around in the chair). So I'll probably replace it with something that is either more durable or one continuous piece. If you are putting something stationary on these, should be fine, but avoid small contact points or rolling weight across the panels' joints.
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If my basement is carpeted, would these still be useful to protect the carpet from an exercise bike and some kettle bells?
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Seems nearly identical to the anti fatigue work mat panels from harbor freight, which are cheaper ($8 for four squares after 20% coupon):

http://www.harborfreight.com/4-pi...94635.html

I am using these (from HF) to protect my fake (laminate) wood flooring and sitting in chair that's on top of it now. It has compressed and distorted quite a bit from the chair's wheels and it's difficult to keep the pieces fitted together properly (they pull apart frequently from rolling around in the chair). So I'll probably replace it with something that is either more durable or one continuous piece. If you are putting something stationary on these, should be fine, but avoid small contact points or rolling weight across the panels' joints.
I think the Gold's mats look a little better if going into a gym. But good find, definitely a solid alternative depending on the application.
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I think the Gold's mats look a little better if going into a gym. But good find, definitely a solid alternative depending on the application.
I am 99.9% confident they're same material with small differences in size and appearance. Gold's has the diamond plate pattern, HF has a smaller weave pattern. Both are 1/2" thick EVA, HF are spec'd at 25"x25" vs Gold's 24"x24".
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