America will greatly miss Ruth Bader Ginsburg and my favorite quote about her is, “She attributes her long career to her fitness routine.”
Take that into serious consideration.
Not her education, not her family, not her colleagues: instead, her fitness routine.
If ever you needed a role model, look no further than the woman who battled cancer for 20 years and lived to be 87! Thank you, RBG, for your 27 amazing years as the Supreme Court’s oldest justice.
Let’s take a look at what an 87 year old does exactly with her trainer and celebrate such an amazing lady. The video of her demonstrating the exercises is below, and I have made a video of me demonstrating her exercises too.
Follow along with 5 of her favorite exercises and you too, can be strong like Notorious RBG.
You might be surprised to see her throw the medicine ball around, and my favorite move is her single leg squat. She busts those out with tons of balance and speed!
I watched many videos of her working out, and I loved everything she did. My only concern was the very forward position of her head. Please be careful to spend some time away from your work so that your neck isn’t subjected to “text neck” or a host of other symptoms that can manifest with too much time in front of a computer or sitting for work.
Lie longways on the roller, lie flat on your back with your legs up at 90 degrees…anything to get your head back in line with the rest of your body.
RBG, America misses you greatly for all of your crowning achievements and incredible contributions…rest in peace, awesome lady.
As for the rest of you: get out there and MOVE!
Lest I sound redundant: She attributes her long career to her fitness routine.
Start right now.