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Judge Judy works out harder than you — the wellness regimen that keeps her looking and feeling sharp at 81

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has been shown to have many health benefits.And while exercise certainly keeps the quick-witted octogenarian in overall good form, Sheindlin, too, partially credits her enduring vitality to a good night’s sleep.

But the dynamo tells The Post her Z’s are often interrupted by buzzy ideas for new TV series like the forthcoming Amazon Freevee project, “Justice on Trial.”The docudrama is set to explore seminal Supreme Court rulings that have shaped the American justice system. “One of the first cases we will be doing is Gideon v.

Wainwright,” revealed the judge. The 1963 landmark decision required federal and state courts to appoint legal counsel to criminal defendants unable to afford an attorney.

Through re-enactments, Sheindlin plans to showcase the inciting events, trials and appeals of each case in hour-long episodes. “Justice on Trial” has yet to receive an official debut date. “It’s going to be a fabulous, entertaining and informative show that subliminally teaches you something,” she said. “People want to be smarter — and they tell me they’ve learned a lot about the law, life and social interactions by watching me over the years.”Ironically, however, despite the A-list arbiter’s illustrious tenure on the bench, she has admittedly earned the highest praise for starring as makeup magistrate in E.l.f Cosmetics’ Super Bowl ad this February.

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