With SCOTUS moving the opposite direction of what was expected just two years ago after the death of Justice Scalia, the liberal justices are hanging on for the right moment to retire — or at least that's what Democrats hope. The health of the oldest member of the court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, has been the focus of many an article since. But a recent Forbes interview with Ruth Bader Ginsburg's personal trainer had a number of interesting stories that show you don't need to worry.
The most adorable takeaway from Erin Spencer's interview with trainer Bryant Johnson was the commitment that Ginsburg, 85, seems to have to the whole workout routine. He told one story that underlined what steps she would take to keep their twice-a-week sessions. Ginsburg was at a White House dinner with Obama, and so he figured the session was canceled. Johnson told Forbes:
Of course, I assumed that meant our 7 p.m. workout session would be canceled, but she left the White House early to make it to our session on time. I remember asking, "You left President Obama for me? Your trainer?" That was something that really let me know how much she appreciates our exercises and how much they are a part of her life.
That was just one of the great tidbits from the interview. These are the other six.