Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal trainer picked a unique way of paying homage to the late justice at the U.S. Capitol Friday: He dropped down and did pushups next to the casket.
Bryant Johnson trained Ginsburg, who died last Friday at 87, for 21 years.
Lawmakers and staff visited the late justice’s casket this week as Ginsburg lies in state at the Capitol. She was the first woman to do so.
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The liberal icon became famous for her strict workout routine, and throughout bouts of cancer and other illnesses, Ginsburg was known to meet with Johnson for hour-long sessions. She first began working with him in 1999, and has called him “the most important person” in her life.
In 2017, Johnson wrote a book entitled, “The RBG Workout: How She Stays Strong…And You Can Too!”