Fitting workouts into your schedule can be difficult, and trying to filter through gym timetables is enough to put anybody off exercising. After scouring the workout class schedules of Perth gyms, we’ve found five lunchtime workouts you can squeeze into your break, with options to suit all skill levels and desired results.

Heartbeat High Pilates – Bump n’ Grind and Mattitude

Use your lunch break to brighten up your day, with a 50 minute pilates workout set to 90’s beats in this Bump n’ Grind Class. If you’re looking for something a little more challenging, but just as satisfying, check out the Attitude work out to ‘get sassy on your Matty’. Do not forget to book ahead online and be sure to BYO mat so that you can get the most out of your lunch break at their Barrack Street Studio.

Check out their timetable here.

Yoga Vine

For a quick 45 minute, revitalising yet calming workout, you can’t go past the popular lunchtime express yoga sessions in their St Georges Terrace studio. This class is suitable for beginners, and is designed to stretch out tightness and fatigue that builds up throughout the week. You’ll be floating for the rest of your day, and itching to go back to class the next day. Be sure to book ahead online so you don’t miss out. Timetable here.

Set 30 Studio

For 45 minute workouts set to the latest motivating hip-hop & RnB beats, you’ll find the range of classes on offer at the underground Set 30 Studio on Hay Street absolutely unbeatable. These classes are so addictive, the studio even offers a 2-week free trial. Once these lunchtime workouts become part of your daily routine, you’ll keep coming back for more.

Combat Arts – Krav Maga

Channel your inner warrior and take out your work-week frustrations with a 12pm Krav Maga workout. Combining skills from boxing, judo, jujitsu and aikido, you will get a full body workout and return to your desk feeling stronger than ever. The Combat Arts Institute on Oxford Street in Leederville offers these lunchtime classes under the guidance of internationally accredited experts, this workout is not for the faint-hearted, but guarantees results. Book your classes online and view the timetable here.

El Toro Boxing Gym

With five brand new classes, including a daily 12-12.45pm class during the week, this popular boxing gym on King Street is offering a proactive way to take out your work frustrations. With exercises designed to build strength and increase fitness, you’ll want to book ahead to secure your spot and BYO boxing gloves so you can float like a butterfly and sting like a bee after your lunchtime workout. See their timetable here.

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