Too busy socialising to cram in an evening workout?

Make fitness your focus at lunchtime instead.

Here are five options to get you moving when midday arrives.

1. Sweat, West India Quay

These small group personal training sessions last 40 minutes so after a speedy stroll to and from the studio, you can be back at your desk in an hour.

You’ll pass the Sweat and Healthful Method smoothie van en-route too, where there is post-workout fuel in the form of smoothies and home-made protein balls.

Go to sweatclubs.co.uk .

2. Reebok Sports Club, Canada Square.

Take 30 minutes out to perfect your posture.

Instructor Lisa runs an express Pilates session every Wednesday from 12.30pm.

Go to reebokclub.co.uk .

Bikram Yoga London, South Quay

3. Bikram Yoga, South Quay

The South Quay studio recently introduced shorter, one-hour bursts of heat-filled yoga to the timetable every Monday and Wednesday.

If your boss isn’t a clock watcher, this one’s for you.

Go to bikramyogalondon.com

4. iHuman Fitness, Canary Wharf Underground

The latest fitness face in Canary Wharf offers small class sessions of eight or less.

Opt for everything from yoga to pilates, BOOM to bootcamp, with many lasting 30 minutes.

Go to ihumanfitness.co.uk.

5. Psycle, Crossrail Place

Head to these two snazzy studios in Crossrail Place for 45 minutes of intense spinning.

The combination of fitness, music and party vibes mean you’re in for a lively lunchtime.

Go to psyclelondon.com.