I wouldn’t trust my players on anything else.Dave Hancock (MSc, MCSP, SRP, BHSc)
Plyometric training has long been established as fast and physiological means to reach greater strength and conditioning. Within a short time frame the muscles ability to go from concentric to an eccentric and back to a concentric action has been shown to produce the greatest strength gain. However, because of the forces produced, many individuals, coaches and conditioners are cautious of introducing this type of training where a well-documented risk of injury exists.
We use a range of revolutionary 20mm-thick, recycled pre-fabricated elastic surfaces which can help protect athletes during plyometric training.
Unlike traditional 6-8mm surfaces, our thick plyometric flooring utilises environmentally sourced rubber particles that reduce ground reaction forces and dissipate the energy from joint muscle structures.
The result is a plyometric track which provides athletes with the ultimate safe and effective environment in order to achieve greater strength and power for both indoor and outdoor training.
Our synthetic running tracks are suitable for both international professional sports as well as for school and company sports. Their material composition has been developed in accordance with physical sports requirements and incorporates a balance between speed, non-slip qualities and shock absorption all exactly tuned for athletes’ physical constitutions. Our synthetic tracks create the ideal conditions for training and competition for athletes around the world. You can obtain our synthetic tracks in a multitude of variants, so we can install the right sports flooring for every purpose and every demand.
We can also custom line mark all our synthetic athletic tracks to suite our clients’ needs.
If a plyometric track is not the surface you’re looking for, we can also offer you a customised textured or non-textured athlete-friendly sprint track.
- Wear resistant
- Non-light reflecting
- Seamless surface
- Available in a range of colours
- Comfortable cushioning effect
- Excellent anti-slip characteristics
- Resistant to mechanical impact and point loads
I first experienced plyometric flooring 5 years ago whilst I was a strength and conditioning coach at Leicester Tigers and Loughborough University.
I was immediately impressed with it’s impact reducing capabilities and grip. Since then, I have had the opportunity to work on the surface with many different elite athletes.
For me, there is no other flooring that I would recommend for facilities that need a surface to provide just the right amount of absorption for productive plyometric training, but with a reduced injury risk.Mark Simpson
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