Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Personal Trainer Honors Her With Push-ups At Her Capitol Ceremony

by fitness journalist

Bryant Johnson did push-ups and trained Justice Ginsberg for more than 20 years

Push-ups were just the beginning of what personal trainer Bryant Johnson shared with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

He trained the mighty and legendary justice for more than 20 years.

They even wrote a book together called, “The RBG Workout: How She Stays Strong…And You Can, Too!”

USA Today reports Ginsburg turned to Johnson after her first bout of cancer in 1999.

They worked out twice a week every week for the next 20 years.

Congress held a memorial service for Ginsburg Friday where Johnson had a chance to give the tribute to his longtime client and friend in the Capitol Rotunda.

USA Today points out that the legendary justice made history one last time as she became the first woman and first Jewish person ever to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol.

Gayatri Malhotra‘s photo on UnSplash.com shows the beautiful memorial that grew outside the U.S. Supreme Court after Justice Ginsburg’s passing was announced September 18th.

Wondering more about this special man? His website says he spent over 30 years in the United States Army with 12 of those years as a member of a Special Forces Airborne Unit.

Over 19 years as a personal trainer to various military and civilian personnel, including high level Federal Court officials; Justices, Judges, Attorneys, and Clerks.

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