It's for genius schemes like this that the Internet really comes into its own. Home Run is a new initiative that aims to get Londoners up and running, making new friends in the process. But it's not just some simple running club – no, no, it's much cleverer than that.
Home Run means replacing your tube or bus ride home with a gentle jogging session.
All you need to do is go to the Home Run website, sign up to a run, leave work in your running gear and hook up with your fellow runners at the designated meeting point. You'll then get to enjoy a social run home, jogging at chatting pace for a distance of between two and six miles.
Currently there are almost 50 routes to choose from, with more being added all the time. Liverpool Street to Leyton? You're covered. London Bridge to Greenwich? It's on the list. Canary Wharf to Waterloo? Give it a go. Waterloo to Clapham Common? Yep, there's a run for that.
If there's no run listed coinciding with your route home, you're welcome to suggest a new one. Click here to see the current routes available.