ProsourceFit Non-Skid Flooring Exercise Mat

Last updated: September 21, 2022


For when noise and comfort are at top of mind, these interlocking tiles will help reduce the amount of noise from your workout equipment.

We looked at the top Exercise Mats and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Exercise Mat you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: These easy to install interlocking tile exercise mats are made for reducing sound and providing comfort.

In our analysis of 25 expert reviews, the ProsourceFit Non-Skid Flooring Exercise Mat placed 2nd when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Convert any area into a safe and convenient workout area with the ProSource Exercise Puzzle Mat. The interlocking pieces are quick and easy to assemble so you can set it up and take it apart easily. Great for garages and basements and even on the carpet to protect floors, reduce noise, and make floor exercises more comfortable. The dense, textured foam offers the perfect base for weight lifting benches, dumbbells, kettlebells, and other workout equipment. Train like a pro, train with ProSource!

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

EVA foam squares that interlock to increase mat size. Lightweight yet durable. Made of nontoxic materials.
They look great. Easy to assemble, durable for my cardio, weight lifting and spin bike workouts.
Assembly was a breeze. All we had to do was cut open the box and lay out the pieces in a shape that fit the surface we wanted to cover.
The non-skid, textured half-inch thick tiles offer great protection with comfort.
It is a versatile mat that you can use not only for exercise but also for creating a safe place for your kids to play.
You can simply set up an area of the size you want in minutes. Also, you can dismantle it just as quick too.

What reviewers didn't like

Not as thick as others we tested. Has a tendency to slip on some surfaces.
Tend to pull apart and leave gaps if anything is slid.
Pieces can shift with repeated impact. Might prove less durable over time.
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