Gold Summit Martial Arts Institute
Posted On:2/16/2008 4:18pm
Style: Bazhengdao quan, Baji
I don't know which forum this should be in, so mods, help me out if its wrong.
I'm just looking for safe flooring that isn't too expensive, that will be okay for rubber soled shoes, but thick enough for throws. The base for the floor is concrete.
The best Kung Fu school in WNY
Posted On:2/16/2008 4:21pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
How much be you looking to spend?
Posted On:2/16/2008 4:32pm
under 500 I hope.
its for a space of about 12 x 12.
Posted On:2/16/2008 4:43pm
Posted On:2/16/2008 5:02pm
I thought that puzzle mats were not good for shoes, and also that they absorbed sweat and smelled, and got slippery.
These mats definitely work well?
Posted On:2/16/2008 5:07pm
It's called, cleaning.....say it with me "cleaning". Mine work fine.
Posted On:2/16/2008 5:14pm
I'm just going by what I've heard, those people must not clean very well.
But seriously, thank you, I haven't seen that good website.
One of Seattle's Bravest
Posted On:2/17/2008 3:07pm
The key is not so much the mats, but if you are willing to "spring" your floor. I have designed and built a number of different floors, if you want to contact me directly I would be happy give you a number of options, that will work with whatever mats you choose.
I'll email you my home phone, I am on the west coast.
Posted On:2/18/2008 9:54pm
This is a good price too...
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