Would you buy a dumbbell without knowing how much it weighs?
Of course not.
How would you know you're using the right resistance?
How would you track your progress?
How would you avoid injuries?
To train safely and effectively, you have to be able to accurately measure workout intensity.
You can't do that easily with normal bodyweight training.
But that's where the Tyger Mat comes in!
Your body-weight training just got better.
Say hello to The Tyger Mat, the ultimate upgrade to your body-weight workout.
The Tyger Mat has laser-etched markers that let you precisely measure intensity and alignment in your body-weight workouts.
The Tyger Mat empowers you to...
+ Accurately measure workout resistance.
+ Measure and improve your body alignment.
+ Track your progress over time.
See It In Action
Who It's For
Anyone who's doing any kind of bodyweight training needs to be able to accurately track their progress.
So if you're doing TRX training, yoga, or any other body-weight training, this is for you.
How It's Made
This mat is made of durable yet flexible padded foam.
The U.S. Patented markings are laser-etched and will never fade, peel, or break apart.
The bottom of the mat has a slip-proof coating so you never have to worry about it sliding out from underneath you.
Customer Service Guarantee
"I'm James Curley, the designer of the Tyger Mat.
Shipping is fast (usually 3-4 business days) and I personally check each Tyger Mat before it arrives at your door.
I've spent years testing and improving on the design, so I know you're going to love it.
But just in case you don't, returns are quick and easy.
Just reach out to me via the contact page in the main menu to get started.
As long as your mat is returned within 30 days of purchase in the same condition it arrived in, you'll get a full refund.
This Tyger Mat works well for me and is exactly what I expected in terms of quality. It’s large sized-bigger than typical yoga mat, has great grip/foot feel and the added number lines make it a useful tool for developing awareness of body position while performing movements.
My Trainer Dan Daly @traindaly uses this mat and swears by it. Of course I had to give it a try. This Mat is high luxury compared to my now in the trash cheap amazon mat. It's nice and thick for support. The size it's just perfect. I also love the markers for progression. Also it's not a dust magnet like all the mats I've ever had. Highly recommend!
Objectively measuring progress, gauging load/intensity, and being consistent with technique are absolutely key for physical therapy, strength and physique sport, nutrition, and pretty much every aspect of life. The Tyger Mat makes all of those things as simple as counting lines on a mat. Want to see how strong you've gotten? Look back at your training log and see how you've progressed to different levels on the mat. Want to train at 90% 1RM? Pick your line. Want to train at 60% 1RM? Pick your line. Want to make sure your foot placement on a particular exercise is consistent? Make a note of where you're at on the mat and be consistent each time you train.
It is well-established in the literature that adherence is the most important thing when it comes to training and nutrition, so choosing a method of exercise that the patient/client enjoys is key. There are many types of exercise and, although I am a bodybuilder, I understand that not everyone enjoys barbells and dumbbells! What happens when the desired method of exercise does not have an easy way of measuring progress, gauging intensity, and assuring consistency? The Tyger Mat solves that problem! Yoga, Pilates, barre, circuit training, bodyweight training, suspension training, planks, lunges...the list goes on. It is a well-made product, created by an all around genuine, authentic, and great guy, and can be a helpful tool in a wide range of training/rehabilitation programs.
The build is extremely rugged, and the outlined measurements help with progression, especially if you are trying to learn harder moves like a handstand, of if you are doing something like staggered push ups, or TRX core work. I used to use my cat’s scratch posts as markers lol. Not anymore!