Jane Fonda Joins TikTok & Brings Back Jane Fonda Workout

Grant Boone
April 5, 2020

In the next frame, Fonda is seen wearing the signature red coat that she sports at all of her Fire Drill Friday climate change protests on Capitol Hill.

"When you're famous, you have this incredible potential platform, but how do you use it?" she said.

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".

So, whip out your leg warmers and leotards and get stretching because there's still a battle to be fought as Jane holds her Fire Drill Fridays!

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Fonda's classic 1982 workout video, "Jane Fonda's Workout", sold more than 17 million copies and was one of the best-selling VHS videos of all time. It seems Fonda did the workout to draw attention to the globe's climate crisis. "The future needs you, I need you", she said. "What I really would like you to do is work out with me for the planet".

Fonda has likewise enrolled her celebrity companions, including Chelsea Handler, Piper Perabo, Amber Valetta, Alyssa Milano, Norman Lear, and Marisa Tomei, to urge supporters to join the progress.

Jane and Greenpeace USA will be hosting tomorrow's youth-themed rally in partnership with #CAYouthVsBigOil State tour and the Sunrise Movement to highlight the youth-led activism happening throughout the month of April and beyond. The actor also re-wore her Elie Saab gown from the 2014 Cannes Film Festival as a protest against mass consumerism in the fashion industry that wreaks havoc on the environment.

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