Costco usually have that in stock and at a reasonable price. I used it in a large shed with a concrete base where it seemed to keep the damp at bay. It’s extremely hard wearing and although, as someone pointed out, you may not want to let water get underneath, because it comes as a large sheet, you can easily keep it clean using liquid as it’s not permeable.Also looking for garage flooring but tough enough for car parking rather than gym flooring, I was thinking of the rubber flooring with the small circles that you often see in some offices or staircases, I think this may be suitable for being stuck down. Something I can wash down if it is needed.
My brother who has young twins (almost 3) now completes HIT training at around 5am in the garage with the twins joining in ad hoc. Quite a sight to behold. Followed by piano practice in the same garage, followed by surgery at work. Insane but the guys a genius.I’ve been struggling to stay in a routine since the newborn’s arrival. I’ve even been considering working out in the early mornings while everyone else is in bed but the toddler, with a sadistic sense of timing, has recently decided that 5.30am is an appropriate time to wake up for the day.
There’s only really two gaps in the weekday evenings: 1) if I come home from work early I can get a workout in before nursery pick-up, or 2) if the toddler goes down to bed easily I can squeeze a short one in between bedtime routine and dinner.
Keeping expectations of myself low for the time being… but I really want that time to myself!