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BB Jump Mat

Get high-impact results without high-impact injuries
The Beachbody® Jump Mat is essential to getting through intense plyometrics workouts like the ones in P90X®, INSANITY®, TurboFire®, and INSANITY: THE ASYLUM. Your body will thank you for this super-shock-absorbent mat that protects your knees, back, and ankles. No home gym should be without it!

Special Features

  • Made of extra-shock-absorbing 1/4″-thick high-density foam
  • Ultra-durable to ensure the perfect landing every time
  • Large dimensions (71″ x 26″) to ensure maximum landing contact
  • Rolls up tightly for easy storage
  • Slip-resistant grip for added safety and support

Our Price: $59.85

7 comments
Craig T.
Craig T.

Thanks Coach got my answer, Should have come here firt . Sorry for wasting your Valuable Time.

Jesse
Jesse

Well the purpose is to have a mat and a mat is mat (soft or firm) and I have carpet in the living room if I don't wana use the mat but thanks for the feedback! :D

Jesse
Jesse

Hey Coach -- I am thinking of just ordering the whole Insanity deluxe package and getting this mat with it and I am just wondering can this replace a normal yoga mat?

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Yes it can Jesse. It's a bit firmer though, so it depends on how you like your yoga mat (soft or firm).

Lisa
Lisa

Coach, I actually put the interlocking mats on my area carpet! I think I will check out a carpet mat to see if that'll add enough cushioning because I do need more than just the carpet itself. Thanks for the idea!

Lisa
Lisa

Coach, I had purchased interlocking thick mats that go under treadmills, etc. for cushioning to protect my knees and joints with all the jumping in Insanity. I used it during my two rounds and it works, but...because they interlock after time they separate apart and I'm constantly trying to keep them together. Have you used the plyo mat? Do you think it would be comparable cushion wise to what I'm using and is it larger that a standard yoga mat? I want to make sure I have enough room to do the moves. As always, I appreciate your feedback!

Coach Wayne
Coach Wayne

Hey Lisa, I haven't used the plyo mat because I workout on carpet. I used to workout in our living room which has permanent carpet. Then when I moved to our study, which has wood floors, I researched quite a bit and decided that carpet still made the most sense. I went to a carpet store and got a big section of carpet and had them put a border on it to make it look like a rug (rather than leave the edges rough). And then I got a carpet mat (not pad -- mat), which looks like that grippy rubber material that you put in drawers to keep stuff from sliding. The thickness of the carpet mat plus the carpet is just right for me, and there are no seams, and I don't have to worry about moisture getting under it.