German fitness influencer Jo Lindner passed away at the age of 30

Jo Lindner, a German fitness influencer popularly known as “Joesthetics” and quite popular in the online fitness community, died at the age of 30. Jo Lindner had over 500 million YouTube views and about 8.5 million Instagram followers. He simply used to share posts about his training regimen and fitness tips and tricks.

German fitness influencer Jo Lindner

His girlfriend Nicha, shared an Instagram post about Lindner’s tragic passing and confirmed the news of his death. She revealed that Jo Lindner died as a result of a sudden aneurysm.

“Jo is the best place, everyone. Yesterday he passed away from an aneurysm… I was there with him in the room.. he put on the necklace in my neck that he made for me … then we was just lay down and cuddle..waiting the time to go meet Noel at the gym at 16.00 … he was in my arms.. this is just happening too fast.. 3 days ago he kept said that he pain his neck .. we not really realize it… until it too late (sic),” read a portion of her lengthy post. She also entitled Jo Lindner “sweet,” “strong,” and a “amazing and incredible person in this world.” Read out the complete post in the link given below:

Noel Deyzel, another influential figure in fitness, also confirmed Jo Lindner’s demise. Noel Deyzel posted on Instagram with the message, “Rest in peace Jo. I love you, man,” he said while posting a picture of the two of them.

Jo Lindner discussed having rippling muscle disease (RMD), a condition in which muscles are unusually sensitive to pressure or movement, in an interview for an episode of a fellow YouTuber, Bradley Martyn’s Raw Talk.

What is an Aneurysm?

Aneurysms are blood vessel bulges that frequently develop in the aorta, brain, back of the knee, intestine, or spleen. A ruptured aneurysm can lead to internal bleeding and stroke. According to the American Heart Association, an aneurysm develops when a portion of the artery wall weakens, allowing it to abnormally balloon out or widen. An injury may also result in an aneurysm in addition to hereditary causes. “A family history of aneurysms may make you more likely to get one. According to the heart association’s website, other risk factors include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and tobacco use.

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