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Help Needed: Skier's edge - how to minimize noise/vibration in condo?

sosubram

Diva in Training
#1
I am excited with a used skier's edge we got, and loving the first few days on it. However, we live in a condo, and the noise / vibrations for our downstairs neighbor is loud...trying to see what we can do to reduce this. Any specific mat or padding suggestions that would work well?
 

Abbi

Angel Diva
#3
There are all kinds of mats on Amazon. I have those under my Pilates equipment. However under my spin bike I have a thicker but really inexpensive thick foam that I got at a discount company for next to nothing.
 

Jilly

Moderator
Staff member
#4
This thing makes a lot of noise. So far my neighbours haven't complained. But no body lives downstairs. The colour blocks are from the dollar store. But they moved with the motion. So I grabbed this grey mat from the cottage. It's from Ikea. 161170542701491130278.jpg
 

sosubram

Diva in Training
#6
There are all kinds of mats on Amazon. I have those under my Pilates equipment. However under my spin bike I have a thicker but really inexpensive thick foam that I got at a discount company for next to nothing.
Thank you - yes, have been researching the mats + pads to put on the four corners on Amazon, that are typically used for treadmills. However, was not sure if they will be sturdy enough under the skier's edge. Hence was curious if others have experience.