Running into a column or wall hurts more than you can imagine. You may laugh at this slapstick comedy like situation but it happens more frequently than you can imagine. During a physical exercise you often run out of room when you start to sprint in one direction, especially in an indoor environment. For example when a tennis player is chasing a ball through the court and only has his/her eyes on the tennis ball, it is easy for that individual to lose track of where he/she is and end up running into walls or columns or any other similar structures, ending up in serious injuries.
While the injuries are specific to the players it is also bad for the facility owners. Providing a safe environment for members is very important in attracting additional members and keeping them signed up at your club as opposed to your rivals. Once an accident happens everyone who was involved, or have witnessed the event, would be turned away from the facility due to fears of getting injured themselves.
A protective pad can be installed on the walls
and even on the posts
to make sure that the players are well protected no matter what kind of exercise they are involved in. The pads are usually 2 to 4 inches thick with 7 feet height, suitable for almost everyone that is out there. All pads can be customized to fit every wall and columns and as for the post pads there are different sizes to fit almost any tennis post. They are very easy to install since they are fastened by lacing-on or using Velcro fasteners.
There are numerous ways to go about installing column pads
. You can simply glue them on or strap them on with a lace or Velcro tabs. Gluing them can be sturdier but going with the lace-on solution or Velcro can prove to be more flexible. All of the column and wall pads come in a variety of colors so that they can be installed without causing any design related headaches.
Tennis Universal also comes with reliability backed by their more than 30 years experience in the field of tennis related equipment. Aside from awnings and cabanas you can find virtually anything related to tennis courts that you'll ever need including nets, posts, windscreens, lighting, domes/bubbles and "Do-It-Yourself resurfacing materials with a unique interchangeable color chart for tennis and basketball courts and "repair & resurfacing guidelines" for asphalt & concrete courts. Please visit their website today at www.tennisuniversal.com and take a look at their online catalogue. You'll be impressed by the large selection of products you can purchase from a single "one-stop-shopping" online tennis equipment store.