Hurt Locker | Hurt Locker caters for a variety of fitness levels, with two gym rooms and four different classes: Box Fit is an exclusively designed intense cardio program that combines boxing, fitness and techniques; Women’s Box Fit focuses on targeting problem areas; Tank Boxing is run by professional coaches to hone skills; and the Strength and Conditioning program prepares the boxers for combat and pushes their bodies to the extreme. 223b Stirling Highway, Claremont, 6188 6871.
My Fitness Kickboxing | This gym, which was originally designed for mums looking
to tone up, offers classes that mix kicking with boxing. With locations south and north of Perth’s CBD, the high-energy fun classes have been designed to give everyone a go, no matter what side of the river you live on. 2/35 Shields Crescent, Booragoon, 0455 995 575; 20 Baden Street, Osborne Park, 0455 995 515.
Ringfit | If you want low-impact boxing fun then check out boxercise, but for those who are looking for something a little more serious there’s also competition boxing. And if you just want to try an activity that’s a bit different, Muay Thai classes are for you. Ringfit is owned and led by reputable boxer Daniel Rogers – who better to learn from than a pro? 39b Great Eastern Highway, Rivervale, 0419 306 027.
Anarchy Training Centre | For personal training, group classes or corporate teams, these guys have got you covered. Their body tight classes focus on strengthening and firming up the legs, glutes, mid-section and arms. The best part? Heading over to their massage room after your session and getting those muscles rubbed down. 505 Newcastle Street, West Perth, 0438 763 400.
Queen Street Gym | If you’re one of those people who loves to shake things up, then Box and Bike is for you. Combining boxing and spinning in a 45-minute workout, it’s a seriously effective form of fitness training. Chances are you’ll fall in love with the rustic interior design, too. 20 Queen Street, Perth, 9481 0300.