Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg intends to ease back into working out next week as she continues to recover from three broken ribs, Vox reported Tuesday.
“With three cracked ribs, I won’t have her on the elliptical right away. My warm up will be gentler — and then we’ll adjust accordingly. When she gets stronger, we’ll resume the regular workouts," Bryant Johnson, Ginsburg's trainer, told the news outlet.
Johnson praised the 85-year-old as "tough as nails," and noted she's had similar injuries before
Ginsburg worked from home on Tuesday as she continued her recovery from a fall in her office last Wednesday night that left her with three fractured ribs.
She went home after the incident, but called Supreme Court Police to take her to the hospital the following morning after experiencing discomfort overnight.
She was released from George Washington University Hospital on Friday, and the court’s public information office said then that she was doing well.
The judge's workout routine went viral after late night host Stephen Colbert joined her to exercise earlier this year.
“I’m cramping and I’m working out with an 85-year-old woman,” Colbert said as the two did pushups.