sprung floor


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resilient floor

A wood floor, laid on battens, having the quality of springiness (e.g., a floor supported by spring clips); especially used as a dance floor, gymnasium floor, etc.
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Findings showed significantly lower joint angles associated with the sprung floor condition for maximum knee angle = 2.
A new sprung floor would be expensive but the centre has the option to buy an ex-competition floor from the World Championships in Glasgow.
The club is hoping to buy a new sprung floor and also extend their tumble track.
Typical investments might include a sprung floor that converts an unused hall into a local multi-sport facility, new changing rooms or floodlights which mean a facility can be used for many more hours of the day.
One way a sprung floor may help to reduce injury is through decreasing the intensity of eccentric muscle contraction (EMC) when landing a leap.
Sixth formers can now enjoy a dedicated suite, which is divided into social and study areas, and the school also boasts a sound proof music room, sprung floor dance studio, and an additional area for specialist learning.
The revamp includes an improved sports hall, new toilets, showers and changing rooms, an air-conditioned dance studio with sprung floor, crAche and refreshment area.
An extension takes in a new reception area, air-conditioned dance studio with sprung floor, creche and refreshment area.
Unlimited classes in maple sprung floor studios - including aerobics, yoga, water aerobics, pilates and boxercise.
The sports hall has a sprung floor and new changing rooms, and a dance studio which can also be used as a performance space.
Approximately 785 m2 hall with sprung floor topsoil from Mehrschichtparkett.
There were no studios; there was one room that had no sprung floor.