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BalanceFrom Puzzle Exercise Mat Interlocking Tiles (Various Colors)

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Walmart.com has BalanceFrom Puzzle Exercise Mat Interlocking Tiles (Various Colors) on sale for $17.16 - $1.25 (store pickup discount) = $15.91. Free store pickup must be selected for discount to be applied at checkout. Thanks sampleboy

Colors available:Amazon.com also has BalanceFrom Puzzle Exercise Mat Interlocking Tiles (Various Colors) on sale for $15.91 when you clip the $1.25 off coupon on product page. Shipping is free.

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Amazon has BalanceFrom Puzzle Exercise Mat with EVA Foam Interlocking Tiles (Six 24x24x0.5" Tiles, Black, Covers 24 Square Feet) for $15.19 after you clip the $1.25 coupon. This is highly rated product (over 4 stars and 752 customer reviews) and includes the edging as well.

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if you want a real workout mat (i.e. for weights) get a horse stall mat (farm & fleet or other 'farm' centric stores) they're cheap (~$40) and will handle you dropping absolutely anything you can lift (well, non-explosive anyway).

these foam things are worthless for dropping heavy weights, they will cut right through if you drop something 'light' at the right angle, or something very heavy (like a bunch of 45's on a bar)

these foam mats are good at lining a wall though, so you can rest plates against a wall without trashing it.
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That Walmart deal is made from strong-odor PVC, does not include the edge pieces, and is only for 12x12" tiles that only covers 12 square feet total. When purchasing two or more (which most people will end up doing anyway cost savings is only $1.19. This deal is better for those who would like the 24x24" pieces made from EVA (won't give off a strong nauseating smell like PVC) which has better reviews and includes the edging for a better and cleaner look. Also this is textured on one side and includes a two year warranty.
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Depends on your goal. If you're building size then lowering the weight slow, controlling the negative, is ideal. If strength is your goal then the positive motion is all that matters. You'll waste a lot of energy lowering the weight so dropping a deadlift at the top is preferred. You're not risking injury aside from the weights bouncing around. Also some people lift until they can't lift anymore, to failure, each set. Once you reach that point you don't have a choice but to drop it, hopefully a controlled drop with no one in the way.

That being said, a lot of people are just twats that want you to look at them.
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Similar at Walmart for much less: https://www.walmart.com/ip/CAP-Ba...e/44165519 [walmart.com]
That Walmart deal is made from strong-odor PVC, does not include the edge pieces, and is only for 12x12" tiles that only covers 12 square feet total. When purchasing two or more (which most people will end up doing anyway cost savings is only $1.19. This deal is better for those who would like the 24x24" pieces made from EVA (won't give off a strong nauseating smell like PVC) which has better reviews and includes the edging for a better and cleaner look. Also this is textured on one side and includes a two year warranty.
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Uh just bought 6 of the walmart deal for $5.59 each, after everything was set and done. Should I cancel and buy this and spend a more. Decisions, decisions...
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the correct comparison is actually the same one at amazon which is where amazon priced match too that is $15.91 with pickup discount https://www.walmart.com/ip/Balanc...dNwEyDNRdw
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Uh just bought 6 of the walmart deal for $5.59 each, after everything was set and done. Should I cancel and buy this and spend a more. Decisions, decisions...
What are you using it for? The garage? Just walking on it? -use Walmart.

Kids play room, workout area? Is your face and body going to be all over it? - get this one
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What are you using it for? The garage? Just walking on it? -use Walmart.

Kids play room, workout area? Is your face and body going to be all over it? - get this one
Yeah im going to go with Amazon. Thanks for input!
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Looking for cheap foam alternatives for kydex press
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if you want a real workout mat (i.e. for weights) get a horse stall mat (farm & fleet or other 'farm' centric stores) they're cheap (~$40) and will handle you dropping absolutely anything you can lift (well, non-explosive anyway).

these foam things are worthless for dropping heavy weights, they will cut right through if you drop something 'light' at the right angle, or something very heavy (like a bunch of 45's on a bar)

these foam mats are good at lining a wall though, so you can rest plates against a wall without trashing it.
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This is what a lot of cosplayers use to make armour.
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anyone used these in a garage as flooring?
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24 sq ft of the blue 3/4" tiles are only $18.95!! In for 1!
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You can get them at local Costco for cheaper deal. I remembered I got a 9 pc set for 10 bucks.
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Any idea how these would work as a sub isolation riser?
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