The supreme court rights personal trainer details her regimen in a new book: If you think shes tough on the bench, you should look her at the gym
In the days after the 8 November election, distressed radicals offered to donate their vital organs, shipments of fresh grow- anything- that might keep the supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg health and out of retirement.
While Democrats fussed online about the bone concentration and blood pressure of the oldest and arguably best-known member of the supreme court, the justice , now 84, softly persisted her twice weekly workouts with her personal trainer, Bryant Johnson.
” I always be told,’ If you think she’s tough on the bench, you are able to read her at the gym ,'” said Johnson, whose new work The RBG Workout: How She Remains Strong … and You Can Too !, was released this month.” She’s tough as nails .”
Earlier this year, a Politico reporter asked Johnson if he could try Ginsburg’s routine. The decision, as ever, was up to the justice. When Johnson questioned her, she paused to consider the request, before to say:” I hope he makes it through the workout .”
Johnson says Ginsburg, a two-time cancer survivor whose small-minded frame often seems swallowed in a sweeping pitch-black costume, is stronger today than when they began training together more than 18 years ago.
In an interview at Johnson’s office inside the DC federal courthouse, where he works by daytime as a records professional, Johnson said he was motivated to write the book to specify things straight about what the workout entails.