Sunny Health & Fitness Home Gym Foam Floor Protector Mat

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  • PVC foam mat for protecting floor from cardio equipment 
  • Available in 4 sizes: XS–L
  • Non-slip and water-resistant
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Available in 4 sizes
  • Non-slip design
  • 1-year warranty
What needs improvement ...
  • Very slippery when wet
  • Thin at .16” thick
  • Users experienced ripping when moving equipment into place or adjusting equipment

Product Summary

The Sunny Health and Fitness Foam Floor Protector mat is available in 4 different sizes to help you protect your floor from exercise equipment of all sizes. The Sunny Health mat is made from PVC foam. The mat absorbs vibrations to protect both your expensive fitness equipment and your flooring. It is also water-resistant and anti-slip. Sunny Health & Fitness shares that you can also use the mat as an exercise mat.

Reviews of the mat are mixed. Users really appreciated that the mat came in multiple sizes. They also liked that it didn’t smell and became flat quickly. However, some users experienced the mat ripping while they tried to get their machine on the mat or adjust the mat under their machine. People that tried using the mat as an exercise mat found it to be very slippery when attempting yoga poses.



XS: 30” (L) x 20” (W)/S: 51” (L) x 23.5” (W)/M: 79” (L) x 35.5 (W)/L: 90.5” (L) x 39.5”(W)




PVC foam




Wipe with cloth


1 year

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      The Sunny Health and Fitness Foam Floor Protector Mat is available in multiple sizes to fit a variety of exercise equipment. Users had trouble with the mat ripping when placing their equipment on the mat.