We asked a few of our favourite sweat enthusiasts to reflect on their 2015 highlights and share what they're looking forward to in 2016.
the sweatiest thing I did in 2015...
Setting up Running Heroes in the UK - Quentin Auberger, Running Heroes
1Rebel Reshape - Charli Cohen
A Crossfit workout in Miami in June. In 35 degree heat, I almost died. - Tara Margulies, spin instructor and The Sports Edit ambassador
Teach Brazillian booty Ride at 1Rebel - Melissa Weldon
Attend a step aerobics class every week - it never gets any easier or less sweatier - Ella Sparrenius Waters, Spoon Cereals
A 12-hour running race in July - Robert Gaddie, ashmei
The Launch of Pop-Up Fitness in Ibiza! - Olivia Cooney, Pop-Up Fitness founder
Bespoke retreats in beautiful locations = Pop-Up Fitness.
Bikram Yoga (40 degrees and 60% humidity) - Ella Harland, Pip N Nut
A 3 hour charity cycle ride for Wooden Spoon at Equinox spin studio. I wasn’t sweaty from the cycling but from the dancing in between, it was so much fun! - Sally Dixon, Every Second Counts
Tabata sprint training - Clare Neill, Radiance Juice
Bite into a Naga Chili - Linia Patel, dietician
Tokyo and Chicago marathons would have to be joint favourites. - Stephen Adjaidoo, London Brunch Club co-founder
best discovery of 2015...
Nordic skiing, compiling my two passions (skiing and running) into one - Quentin Auberger
Oppo salted caramel ice cream - Tara Margulies
Trail running. I've been pounding the pavements for a few years now but nothing beats a nice run over natural surfaces. Aside from the physical benefits, there's generally less traffic, less people and less noise so it's really easy to completely immerse yourself in your surroundings. - Stephen Adjaidoo
The Bizzby app! - Melissa Weldon
Swimrun - a Swedish obsession coming to the UK for the first time in 2016 - David Wearn, Find A Race
Swimrun in the Lake District, coming in July 2016! Photo: Find a Race
Making my own kombucha - Clare Neill
Training on a wattbike – takes spinning to a whole new level - Linia Patel
An amazing deli near where I live in Brockley called 'Jones of Brockley': the produce is beautiful and the staff are really friendly. They do evening tastings every now and then too which are a treat! - Ella Sparrenius Waters
2016 will be the year...
I teach internationally! - Melissa Weldon
Of adventure - Linia Patel
Of launching our brand new destination: South of France in May! - Olivia Cooney
Yoga becomes part of my daily routine, even if it's just a quick round of sun salutes - Clare Neill
Of big, exciting developments at CC - Charli Cohen
Of opportunities (and of the Olympics!) - Quentin Auberger
I continue to learn as much as I possibly can, from as many different sources as I can find. Bring it on! - Tara Margulies