With the Olympics over and sports fans finally peeling themselves from their sofas and emerging bleary eyed from their Rio cocoon, what better time to take on a new fitness challenge?
Beat the street is a free competition which pits players against one another to see who can run, walk and cycle farthest - think Pokemon Go without the monsters or the need to be constantly glued to your mobile phone - and contestants are limbering up for the latest round in west London.
Anyone living in the area can enter the competition, which is due to launch on September 21 and run for six weeks, by picking up a card or fob from their local library, GP surgery or leisure centre.
Players record journeys and accrue points by touching in and out with the devices at "beat boxes" attached to lampposts across what effectively becomes a huge field of play.
Fun and free
You can compete individually or as part of a team with colleagues from your school, community group or business.
Hounslow Council's leisure chief, Councillor Corinna Smart, said: "Beat the Street is fun, free to do and will inspire everyone to be active and healthy.
"Last time around, it got many people up and on their feet and it is also a great way to see parts of the borough you might not necessarily see."
This will be the third and biggest edition of the game to be staged in Hounslow.
Previous contests in the borough saw players in Cranford, Heston and Feltham rack up nearly 40,000 miles in 2015, and those in Isleworth travel more than 50,000 miles earlier this year.
For more information, follow Beat the Street Hounslow (@BTSHounslow) or Beat the Street Southall (@BTSSouthall) on Facebook or Twitter.