Foam Floor Tiles for Safety and Fun

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Your home can be one of the most versatile places in your life. Even your yard may have limits on its usage, but the inside of your home doesn’t have to be shackled by traditional expectations. In fact, anything you can do to help elevate the enjoyment of your house is going to pay big dividends in the form of overall contentment and relaxation of those who live there. One of the best ways to make your home both comfortable and fun is to use foam floor tiles. Foam floor tiles are a great addition to virtually any space, particularly those designated for recreation. There are several uses and reasons why they can be good for your home. We are going to consider a few of them now.

Good for Your Back

Every time you step on a surface, regardless of the hardness of the area, you are sending energy up through your body. This is the energy needed to make sure you stay standing, keep walking, and maintain your balance. Your legs and feet push into the ground, and the ground effectively pushes back. In this process, your stability is based on how well your body manages this interaction. One of the most important factors is the performance of your back. The bigger the jolt to your body, the more your back has to try to absorb, balance, and adjust the rest of your body. Most of your body’s major components are connected to your back, so even seemingly unrelated movements can affect how your back feels. The surface on which you walk, if it is softer, can make a big difference in how your back feels. This is because as you step on a softer surface, the energy created by your weight gets absorbed in to the surface as it flexes. The areas around your foot take in some of the shock, and it is dispersed to the areas around where your foot struck. You may not even feel much of the force because it may not have rebounded back towards your foot by the time it leaves the surface.

This is how foam floor tiles help protect your back for the impact of walking, jogging, running, skipping rope, and other exercises. They take the force of each step and disburse it outwards. If you’re ever gone from foam floor tils to walking or running on a hard surface, you can feel the difference. If you use foam floor tiles, you’re putting science on your side.

Safe for Kids

As children adjust to their ever-changing bodies, there are bound to be mishaps. Falls, stumbles, and trips are commonplace as the body learns how to act as a coordinated unit. The learning curve may be steep or shallow, but along the way, there will be challenges. One of the best ways to minimize the impact of this period is to use foam floor tiles. When a child slips or falls to the ground, a softer surface can do much to mitigate the negative impact. In addition, there are certain body parts that can be saved from rupture, cuts, bruises or breaks when the surface being impacted is made from foam floor tiles. Teeth are less likely to break and joints of fingers are more likely to remain intact if they strike foam floor tiles.

A Fun Playing Surface

When people feel safe, they enjoy themselves more. This holds true whether the activity is working out, playing or just chilling. Foam floor tiles, like slightly harder gymnastics mats, provide an easy surface to have fun on. You could use wood foam floor tiles or wood grain floor mats to match the décor of a room that already has a specific flavor. Foam floor mats can also be used to further augment the safety of the play area. And don’t forget that not only kids can play. Adults need play as well, so feel free to relegate the kids to another area of the house and you’re your own workout, calisthenics, or just good ol’ play time on a softer, safer surface.

This is important because less than 5% of adults get the needed 30 minutes of exercise a day. A foam floor setup can keep you healthier and your family happier.

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