With Jiu-Jiutsu-Training: Demi Lovato

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Demi Lovato scheint es endlich wieder besser zu gehen. Der Sport hilft ihr bei der Genesung.
Demi Lovato seems to go better again. The Sport helps her in recovery.(Photo: imago/ZUMA Press)

Wednesday, 05. December 2018

Five months after her drug overdose, it’s Demi Lovato is apparently better. You can even go back to martial arts Training, she runs already since many years.

In July Demi Lovato had to came to pass that after a life-threatening drug overdose, to the hospital, then in rehab. For years, the singer is struggling with mental health problems. Now it is her but obviously better. Glad you post now a photo from the martial arts Training.

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On the picture you can see the 26-Year-old in gym clothes and without makeup, with messy hair. Lovato has since many years a big Fan of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, a further development of the Japanese martial arts of Judo and Jiu-Jitsu, where the focus is on ground combat.

“Never give up”

In the past year, Lovato made in these combat sports, even your first blue belt. In an Interview before her crash, she said the “Self”magazine: “I think it’s really cool to learn something that will help you in self-defense.” And not only that, the Sport is surely good for your self-confidence and your stamina. The photo provides you at least with the Hashtag #gibniemalsauf.

In August, posted Lovato: “I need now’s the time to be healthy.” She wanted to overcome her Addiction and focus on their recovery focus. “The love which you have shown to me, all will never be forgotten and I look forward to the day I can say that I arrived on the other side. I will continue to fight.” Seems that you would succeed just fine.

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Source: n-tv.de

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