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Gym Floor Design

Gym Floor Design

Rubber and vinyl floors are both good options for home gyms. Vinyl floors, especially, can look quite attractive and resemble hardwoods, giving a sleek gym studio vibe.

How to Build Your Own Gym Layout?

1: Draw Your Gym Plan

Draw your gym floor plan in minutes using simple drag and drop drawing tools. Simply click and drag your cursor to draw and move walls. Select windows and doors from the product library and just drag them into place. The built-in measurement tools make it easy for you to create accurate floor plans and gym layouts.

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2: Furnish and Choose Equipment

To furnish your gym, select finishes, furniture, equipment, and accessories from the product library and simply drag them into place. The RoomSketcher product library contains over 5,000 materials and products. Choose from a large selection of gym equipment for both personal and commercial use. Resize items easily, change the colors and finishes, and try different layouts.

3: See Your Gym in 3D

Use the camera in the app to take 3D Snapshots of your gym design in 3D as you work. Save the images to review and compare. Take an interactive Live 3D walkthrough of your gym design, and create high-quality 3D Floor Plans, 3D Photos, and 360 Views to present the design to your colleagues or clients.

What Type of Floor Is a Gym Floor?

Traditionally, hardwood is the surface of choice for a gymnasium floor, but as the need for multi-use surfaces increases, synthetic surfaces such as poured urethane is proving to be a durable – not to mention – more affordable option.

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Is Foam or Rubber Better for Home Gym Floor?

If you just need something quick, easy or temporary, foam mats may be the way to go. However, if a hardy, professional, gym floor is what you're looking for, rubber flooring is your best bet.

What Is the Standard Size of a Gym?

We update our site regularly and all content is reviewed by credentialed fitness experts. The space required for a commercial gym with little to no equipment is 850 to 1,000 square feet. The space required for a commercial gym with a large membership and lots of equipment is 3,000 to 8,000 square feet.

Gym Layout Plan

 This interior design sample visualizes the layout of exercise equipment, furniture and appliances on the gym floor plan. "A health club (also known as a fitness club, fitness center, and commonly referred to as a gym) is a place which houses exercise equipment for the purpose of physical exercise. ...

Most health clubs have a main workout area, which primarily consists of free weights including dumbbells, barbells and exercise machines.

This area often includes mirrors so that exercisers can monitor and maintain correct posture during their workout. A gym that predominately or exclusively consists of free weights (dumbbells and barbells), as opposed to exercise machines, is sometimes referred to as a black-iron gym, after the traditional color of weight plates.

The interior design example "Gym layout plan" was created using the Concept Draw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Gym and Spa Area Plans solution from the Building Plans area of Concept Draw Solution Park.

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