- MisFits Columnist
Vicky Hallett has been one of The Washington Post’s MisFits since the column began in 2007. Read it every week in the Wellness section or Lean & Fit e-newsletter for the latest on the area exercise scene. Her day job is editing the Fit section of Express, which is where you’ll also find her weekly transit column, DC Rider. She lives in the District’s Capitol Hill neighborhood with her husband.
Determining what kind of person you are doesn’t require a whole BuzzFeed quiz. Just answer one question: What do you think about a road that terminates in front of a cluster of homes?
Bootcamp sessions on in the ultimate bounce house incorporate strength, cardio and playtime. (Who’s up for some Duck, Duck, Goose?)
On Tuesday night, I experienced the most relaxed rush hour in Washington history. The only traffic? A single sport utility vehicle — or whatever you call those boats that crew teams use.
The Austrian daredevil couldn’t have broken the sound barrier (and several other records) with his historic 2012 skydive if he hadn’t spent so much time at the gym.