Jane Fonda Joins TikTok & Brings Back Jane Fonda Workout

  • Jane Fonda Joins TikTok & Brings Back Jane Fonda Workout

Jane Fonda Joins TikTok & Brings Back Jane Fonda Workout

Fire Drill Fridays have been running since October and are created to get politicians to address climate change.

On Thursday night, the 82-year-old actress and activist posted her first video to the app TikTok and announced that she would be reviving her legendary home workouts to help people stay active during this period of coronavirus "home sequestration".

Jane Fonda is showing that you can get fit and save the planet at the same time. "You know what, there's too many workouts happening right now on TV or computers. Let's tackle the climate crisis while we #StayHome", she wrote on Instagram while sharing the video. "There's a climate crisis, which is a real emergency", she expressed in the video.

Rubbing her hands together, she pleads, "What I would really like for you to do is workout with me for the planet. The future needs you, I need you", she said.

Jane Fonda speaks onstage during the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on February 09, 2020 in Hollywood, California. Fonda is hosting the event with Greenpeace and according to E!

Fonda will be joined by Chelsea Handler, Piper Perabo, Amber Valetta, Alyssa Milano, Norman Lear, and Marisa Tomei to enourage virtual action.

Fonda began her Fire Drill Friday protests with Greenpeace in October 2019. Many fellow celebrities joined her for the protests and were also arrested, including Joaquin Phoenix, Sally Field, Ted Danson, and Fonda's "Grace and Frankie" co-stars Sam Waterston, Martin Sheen and June Diane Raphael.

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