The idea of setting up your gym mat may sound like a good idea, but there’s a caveat.
“The mats are a piece of equipment that you’re going to need to put together,” says Mark Sorenson, founder and owner of Soren’s Gym in San Francisco.
“There’s nothing you can do about it.”
The mats are the heart and soul of your gym, but they’re also an investment, he says.
You need to invest in the mats to keep them going, which means paying for them when they’re broken, or having them replaced when they break.
Here’s how to get started.