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The Right Grappling Mats Supplier

The fastest growing combat sport in Australia at the moment is grappling. Whether it is BJJ, judo, jiu-jitsu (ju jutsu) or plain old wrestling, grappling arts are currently exploding all over the country.     Grappling arts have become so popular ever since the advent of MMA or mixed martial arts as it is otherwise know. This probably explains why a new BJJ (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) club is open almost every other day. With all the coverage you find on television and the internet it is no wonder it has become so popular.

Even so it is not that easy to set up a grappling or BJJ club. Sure one of the most important things you need is the actual skill. Not every Tom, Dick and Harry can open a BJJ club for example. First you need to have the correct qualifications such as a black belt or coaching credentials. The other thing you need is the right premises. You need a lot of room if you want to practice grappling as you need room to roll around with your training partner. The other thing you most definitely need and can train without is the right equipment.

To find the right equipment you first need to find the right suppliers and the most import supplier is the one that is going to supply you with your training mats. Training mats are the most crucial aspect of any grappling gym. Without out your training mats you are just a chump. You can’t just use any old training mat either. You need good training mats which are going to survive the test of time. You need mats on the floor. You need mats on the wall. Most of all you to be on the ball.

Tatami Mats are one of the most popular mats for professional gyms. Tatami mats have a tatami finish which is important for traditional grappling clubs such as jiu-jitsu schools and judo schools. They like the tatami finish because it makes them feel like they are in Japan training in one of those traditional style dojos. For people that don’t feel an affinity with the traditional schools there is always the option of the smooth surface. These mats we call MMA mats even though they are just tatami mats without the tatami finish.

If you are going to open a professional grappling school in Australia then you can’t go by Wall Padding. Firstly there are probably OHS issues which need to be abided by. At the end of the day you don’t want some schmuck crashing into the wall during training and injuring themselves. A training hall without wall padding or wall mats is just a lawsuit waiting to happen. That probably explains why any good school will have wall padding on the wall. Lot also have mirrors so you can check you hair while training but mostly they have wall padding and wall mats.

So when you think about  Grappling Mats Australia  then you should be thinking about when to get the best mats for your grappling institution. Yes there are grappling schools all over the place now but you don’t want to be one of those dodgy ones that aren’t fit out properly. Consumers these days are smart and they know they don’t have to settle for second best when only the best will do.

AUD bouncing around

The Australian dollar traded steadily on Friday, after sustaining sharp losses a day earlier. The RBA lowered its forecast for GDP of 2-3% in the year through June 2015, down from 2.25-3.25% in the May projection. The RBA added that the unemployment rate was likely to “remain elevated for some time”. The RBA statement also took note of the high value of the Australian dollar, which has gained about 6% since February.

AUD – EVA Interlocking Jigsaw Rubber Gym Mats

The AUD rose another 0.4% on Tuesday. Yesterday’s data releases showed that the number of jobs fell for the first time in five months in May and that Business Confidence was unchanged for the month. Surveys showed that conditions are mixed across all industries with NAB forecasting higher unemployment by late 2014.

The effect on the price of EVA interlocking rubber gym mats should be positive. Especially with talk to the AUD reaching parity with the USD. Ezymats is a leading supplier of EVA interlocking foam rubber jigsaw mats. They are also know as gym mats, gymnastics mats, judo mats, crash mats, module mats etc. They have a variety of uses includes martial art, gymnastics, children’s play areas, gyms and other uses.

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Market Watch – Jigsaw Gym Mats

The Queen’s Birthday public holiday for the eastern states meant no action in the Australian markets, the ASX was closed.

Overnight US stocks rallied making it the third close at a record high. The S&P 500 closed up 0.09 percent with better than expected jobs creation last week and the ECB lowering interest rates helping the index stay at record levels.

Oil rallied on the back of strong demand from China and Japan as expectations are forecasting for a higher demand in energy. WTI closed at US$104.41 a barrel, its highest close for the benchmark since March.

Gold finished slightly higher as there were no major new economic data for investors. We are now seeing some safe-haven buying due to a lower confidence level in Europe.

The price of EVA interlocking jigsaw rubber gym mats remains stable. Ezymats is the leading supplier of jigsaw mats in Australia. They now have 20mm, 30mm and 40mm interlocking jigsaw rubber gym mats available.

EVA interlocking jigsaw rubber gym mats

EVA interlocking Jigsaw rubber gym mats

Jig saw mats are also known as EVA mats, gym mats, rubber mats, interlocking mats, Judo mats, crash mats, karate mates, taekwondo mats.

Ezymats is a leading supplier of EVA interlocking jigsaw rubber mats. Ezymats is based in Belmore Australia and Shenzhen China.

AUD and Interlocking EVA Jigsaw Rubber Gym Mats

The AUD continued to strengthen overnight despite the disappointing April trade balance figure. Imports exceeded exports for the first time since November 2013 and gave further cause for concern of China’s slowdown.

The Aussie dropped 30 pts on the back of this figure but then saw an 80 pt rise overnight as US unemployment claims rose by 8,000 from last week to coming in at 312k for the week ending 31/5 (a rise of 8k from last week) and causing concern before the US jobs report later tonight.
Technical levels show the AUD’s quick rise from the recent lows may have the AUD heavily overbought so tread with caution when deciding to hold off on buying as heavy rises often mean heavy corrections.

The strong dollar should have a positive impact on the price of EVA interlocking jigsaw rubber gym mats. Ezymats is a leading supplier of EVA interlocking jigsaw rubber gym mats in Australia and globally.

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Ezymat increase range of safety mats

Ezymats continue to increase their range of safety mats. As well as their popular 40mm jigsaw mats and other EVA mats Ezymats now has arrange of specialty mats available on special order.

Mats now available include vinyl mats, rubber mats and EVA mats. The mats can be used for a range of activities and applications including, gym mats, impact mats, gymnastics mats, judo mats, wrestling mats, grappling mats, BJJ mats, karate mats, taekwondo mats, children’s play mats.

Contact Ezymats for all you safety mat requirements.