Bodybuilding was shocked by the untimely and sudden death of 30-year-old Instagram star Jo Lindner. Lindner had moved to Thailand for years and used to post videos of his workouts and her daily life, becoming a fitness influencer on social media.
Lindner was originally from Germany, but had moved to Thailand years ago, where he lived with his girlfriend Nicha. The death would be due to a sudden aneurysm, which arrived days after a suspected neck discomfort. Lindner had confessed to suffering from a rare muscle disorder and to fearing that extreme training could interfere with his state of health.
Fitness influencer Jo Lindner dies at just 30 from an aneurysm
He had never denied having used steroids, especially testosterone, during his youth, often discussing the risks of taking certain substances with his followers.
For some time he had decided to abandon the use of certain substances, marrying a more natural path. It was his girlfriend on Instagram who explained everything, through a long post. Lindner was known in the industry as Joesthetics, with a following of nearly 9 million followers on Instagram and Youtube.
Nicha on social media: "Jo and I were in the room resting. While we were embracing on the bed, he put the necklace on me that he had given me. We were waiting to go to the gym when it all happened so suddenly." On social media, his death was greeted by many friends, including bodybuilder colleagues and friends such as Noel Dezyel, who posted a very moving memory.
Daily videos of intensive workouts in the gym, sports nutrition, and luxury life among the most exclusive clubs in Bangkok and the scenic beauty of the Thai islands.
A cerebral aneurysm is a vascular malformation affecting the cerebral arteries, with a saccular or fusiform appearance. The saccular aneurysm typically consists of a narrow portion called the collar, which connects the original vessel to a dome.
They are characterized by a small, round appearance. The exact incidence of this pathology is unknown; from autopsy studies, the incidence is estimated at around 5%. Today it is commonly accepted that aneurysms are acquired lesions, linked to a degenerative process involving the connective tissue of the vessel wall, in which atherosclerosis probably plays a very important role together with other factors (smoking, hypertension, diabetes).