JO Lindner’s latest Instagram post hints at his health battle as the bodybuilding Youtuber opens up about his hormone therapy journey.
of Josetic star Yesterday, aged 30, he died of a sudden aneurysm in his girlfriend’s arms.
But two days before his passing German bodybuilder He took to Instagram to reveal his struggles with Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT).
Along with a slideshow of four low-res photos, the star wrote: “When I spent everything for 1 year but lost my profits because I couldn’t find my own. [testosterone] Steps are therefore returned to trt.
“Believe me, I tried to quit, but be aware that it can have a long-term effect on your life,” he continued.
“Trt is a big commitment, mind that.”
Then explain that the last two images in the slide show the difference in his body before and after starting TRT.
“Show a lot of size difference,” he wrote, “you see on the chest etc. all my thin waist is small even then.”
He challenged his followers to “find twelve differences” between the two images before opening his plants.
Joe explained: “Also, my stomach now has a new hernia in there from the hernia surgery and it makes my stomach look bigger.”
What is TRT?
Testosterone replacement therapy
according to Health lineTRT is often prescribed to patients with low testosterone, which can occur with age or health conditions.
A man’s natural testosterone production is lower than it should be, resulting in replacement and low testosterone symptoms.
However, TRT is becoming increasingly popular for non-medical uses such as enhancing sexual function, achieving higher energy levels, weight loss, and building muscle mass.
People can take TRT by mouth, intramuscular injections and implants, or transdermal patches, oral lotions, and topical creams or gels.
Other options include intranasal gels or pellets.
Studies have shown that although the treatment has benefits – it also includes some serious side effects.
According to Healthline, side effects include:
- Chest pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Speech problems
- Increased risk of heart attack or stroke
- Sleep apnea
- Swelling in the hands or feet
- Increased risk of blood clots
- Low sperm count
In most countries, it is illegal to buy T (testosterone) without a doctor’s prescription because T sold outside of legal pharmacies is not regulated.
Experts are still trying to fully understand the risks and side effects of TRT.
according to Harvard Healthmany existing studies have limitations, such as small sample size or a higher than normal T.
As a result, there is still some debate over the benefits and risks associated with TRT – or, for example, whether it is said to increase or decrease the risk of certain types of cancer.
His 8.5 million fans continued to flock to the post’s comments to pay their respects to the late athlete.
One wrote: “Rest in peace Braza, you inspired so many people and your legacy will always live on.
Another said: “Respect to you King! Thank you for everything you shared.”
A third commented: “This is very sad, you were part of my fitness history. Rest in peace”.
Joe’s girlfriend, NichaHe explained that he died when they hugged. Soon after, he gifted her a necklace with her name on it.
Nicha posted on Instagram: “It was in my hands… this is happening so fast… 3 days ago he said he had a pain in his neck… we didn’t realize it until then. It was too late.
“If your boys know him like I do… he is the most amazing and incredible person in this world.”
Weeks ago, Joe said he was afraid that overtraining might cause him to have a heart attack.
Joe suffered from muscle spasms, where the muscles are unusually sensitive to movement or pressure.
He previously told YouTuber Bradley Martin: “The heart is a muscle too, so that worries me if I have a really bad cramp to the point where my heart skips a beat.”
“That scares me, that’s why I stay away from bodybuilding competitions.
“Because I was taking all these diuretics and if I stopped eating salt and I drank too much and then I stopped drinking, you’d flush everything out and then you’d take a diuretic on top and then flush out more sodium. It came out.
“I really can’t live. I can’t even walk anymore.”
Joe added that he feared how this dehydration could lead to heart problems.
Although the bodybuilder The cause of death has not been officially confirmed.Nicha – who goes by the name Emma Peaches – was diagnosed with anemia.
Joe was once a regular gym goer who – although muscular – was no more ripped than the average guy who lifted weights regularly.
But when the change is developing He became one of the biggest bodybuilders in the game.
His level of fitness inspiration has risen dramatically in recent years and his impressive physique saw him amass nearly a million fans on YouTube before his death.