Lunch-hour fitness classes for all types

Emma Frankart Henterly
Infinity Aerial

In the icy grip of winter, cabin fever can make your cubicle's walls seem closer than normal. Get out of the office and shake up your routine with one of these five midday fitness classes offered throughout the city.

Swing from the ceiling at Infinity Aerial. On Fridays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., this Lewis Center studio offers an introductory aerial silks class called “Silks 1: Foundations.” It focuses on basic exercises and tricks, as well as how to transition in and out of

Learn to climb at Vertical Adventures. Located in Worthington, just south of the Anheuser-Busch plant, instructors at this gym offer a Rope 101 course that teaches all the basic techniques and terminology you need to start your ascents. It takes place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 2:30

Boss driving you crazy? Hit the bag, not the ceiling, at Title Boxing Club. The club's locations in Grandview, Upper Arlington, Polaris, Powell, Westerville and Pickerington offer 30- or 60-minute classes starting between 11 a.m. and noon. But be warned: Classes are intense, and you'll definitely want a shower when you're

Get toned at Pure Barre. Locations in Grandview, Dublin and New Albany all offer the studio's hour-long namesake total body workout class at noon throughout the week. You'll burn fat and tone muscles with isometric movements using a ballet

Do circuits with a twist at The Fitness Loft Columbus. Head to south Columbus for Synrgy360, a 45-minute “functional fitness” routine using monkey bars, TRX suspension trainers, battling ropes and more. Bonus: Alchemy Juice Bar + Cafe shares the building, making it easy to grab lunch on your way back to work.