WASHINGTON —Jane Fonda, Richard Simmons, and Ruth Bard Ginsberg?The 84-year-The Old Supreme Court judge is about to join the exercise superstar and publish a book about her exercise routine."RBG exercise: how does she stay strong...You can, too!It is planned to be released in October.3. this happens to be the court's first week after the summer vacation.Although Ginsburg starred in the book, she was not the author of the book.On the contrary, it is commonCreated by illustrator Patrick Wales and longtime Ginsburg Coach Bryant Johnson, he has now also trained judge Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan.The 112-The Page book will show the illustrations of Ginsburg doing every exercise in his daily life.According to publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, she will be wearing a judicial robe, a purple leggings and "her trusted Sneakers ".After the election of President Trump, the health of free justice has always been a topic of interest, and liberals hope that she will be longer than his presidency, so Trump won't nominate a conservative judge to fill her seat.Earlier this year, Ginsburg noted in an appearance about her age: "a very important part of my life is my personal trainer."Johnson is an Army Reserve and her daily job is as a court clerk in Washington, DC, and has been training Ginsberg since receiving treatment for colorectal cancer in 1999.Ginsberg said her husband told her she looked "like a survivor of a concentration camp" and what needs to be done to rebuild her power.These days, she trains twice a week with Johnson, one hour at a time, doing sports, including pushingUps and core-Strengthen the board.She did two sets of 10 pushes-Ups, instead of the easier ups for the knee to touch the ground.Ginsburg disclosed the book's deal at an invitation.May 24 is only in Maryland.When asked to share the secret of her stamina, Ginsberg said it was "not going to be a secret for a long time" because Johnson was commissioned to write a book about her exercise.Details of Ginsberg's exercise were previously published in 2015 book, the infamous RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bard Ginsberg."Politico magazine also wrote about this year's exercise.A book by Ginsberg himself, published in 2016, includes a photo of her working on an oval machine wearing a sweatshirt with the words "Super Diva ".