What sport do you do? Do you ever train or play indoors? I’ve been involved with martial arts for over twenty years and trained everywhere from a disused garage, to concrete-floored basketball courts, to small-town halls with splinter filled floorboards. Many of those dojos were used by sports teams--I’ve shared spaces with badminton teams, footballers, and gymnasts. The worst thing that any of them ever had was a bad floor. Sure, leaky roofs and draughts aren’t any fun in winter time but when you’re running around or hopping about or even rolling around on a substandard floor, you really know about it. Not just then and there, but the next day.
Sports Flooring Of Superb Quality
If you’ve trained in that kind of hall, you’ll know the fun to be had picking splinters out of you or dealing with shin splints or jarred joints from running on a surface that’s just a thin layer--or no layer--over hard, unforgiving concrete. The time comes when you do a sport or an activity so long that you end up in a position to do something about your training and playing conditions. The first thing I think about is changing a bad floor for one my students, visitors and anyone taking part in a competition in our space will be safe using. I don’t want them to notice how shiny and good my floor looks, I want them not to notice it at all. No worries about splinters. No worries about strains and sprains because the surface we were training on was bad. I bet it’s not different for you and your team.