27. May 2021
Germany
   

Diagnosis: Femoral neck fracture!
Abrupt change from bicycle to rollator!


"Yes, it can go that fast! I had visited my relatives and friends at our Whitsun in my hometown of Hohenmoelsen in Saxonia-Anhalt, had brought my bike with me and the beautiful weather made me go on a trip to the "Moon Lake" others stay behind me ... so I made a bold curve in the meadow and - then it had already happened: Fall, pain, I couldn't get up on my own, and before I knew it, I had been sent to the hospital. But now, after a few days, I'm actually pretty well again. I can already walk the first short distances that are necessary. So: At the moment nothing with a bike, rollator, that's the name of the thing and I already use it to turn around in the hospital room. Now I will try not to go home in the first place, but to make a fixed rehab appointment in order to get back on my feet as properly as possible!"

16. April 2021
Halle, Sa./GER
   

Under this lurid TV series title of a 4-part series, the German private broadcaster "KABEL ONE" is dedicated to the "13 most incredible secrets of Germany".
Also there is the 95-year-old Johanna QUAAS from Halle in Saxonia-Anhalt, who is no stranger to the whole world for a decade now. Since 2013 she has been in the GUINNESS book of world records as the "oldest competitive gymnast in the world", her 'tens of millions of Youtube clicks by the former 11-time German senior gymnastics champion are in high double digits and with her "Quaas' bed gymnastics" She has given many people who can no longer make their way to a sports hall decisive movement impulses, especially now during the Corona period.

20. November 2020
Halle, Sa./GER
   

"Many thanks to all the well-wishers who think of me ...!


"It is a proud number and a grace to be able to reach such an old age! You enjoy every day when you can cope with everyday life without great restrictions, like me. In my life, daily exercise has always helped me through sport. Since I was 56 years old - that was in 1981, when my children were "out of the house" - I had started active apparatus gymnastics again, doing it in a competitive age-appropriate and permanent manner. I was a regular participant in German gymnastics festivals as early as the GDR era and in the new millennium I won the title of "German Senior Gymnastics Champion" in my age group 11 times in a row ...!"

7. April 2020
Halle / Sa./ GER
   

"Now many people feel that they can no longer practice their beloved sport as usual. But you can do something even without a gym. Our German top-star, Olympic bronze medallist Sophie Scheder, for example, was really enthusiastic about this, and she also keeps up at home.
I always do special home fitness, even before this Corona period, with daily bed exercises, right after getting up in the morning. Because of "risk group"! Those who remain inactive take a much greater risk! "
* Here are ►► my bed gymnastics recommendations

18. August 2019
Freyburg, GER
   

Even if she does not go to the devices at the moment - Johanna Quaas has remained active in her 94th year! And even if she had not reported for injury reasons for the device gym competitions: Of course, she was there at the 97th Jahnturnfest 2019 in Freyburg. First and foremost, it is about the many friendships that have been created through years of sports. Of course she was already here - it is her most beautiful competition, which she has won many times already. Once again, she did not want to remain largely passive as an MDR interview guest, but participated in "General Gymnastics for all", in the popular sports competitions: "... the biggest mistake you can make is when you do nothing!" - that's her motto.

1. December 2018
Maspalomas, ESP
   

Her biceps tendon demolition in early November (2018) prevented participation in public appearances at the 58th BLUME Festival 2018 in Gran Canaria. But Johanna Quaas did not miss the chance to participate in various workshops in order to restore gradual restorative capacity. "I can do some things better than before, and feel that the physiotherapy and careful moving do me good," said the now 93-year-old senior athlete.
Actually, she is currently not thinking of returning to the gymnastic equipment or even competition exercises. But if anyone speaks about the 100th Jahnturnfest in four years (2022), in the Jahn City of Freyburg / Unstr. (Saxonia Anhalt, near Naumburg) speaks, then a lttle  bit shine again her eyes ...: "That would be great, of course, if  I would be fit again until then and could participate in my favorite competition for this 100th anniversary ...", so the still active senior athlete said, ...

18. February 2018
Minden, GER
   
<< Also the head of the accident surgery and orthopedics at the Johannes-Wesling Hospital in Minden (GER), Prof. Dr. med. Johannes Zeichen was very impressed by what the 92-year-old Johanna Quaas celebrated at the parallel bars. Above all, he was also enthusiastic about the appearance and clarity of her philosophy of this athletic senior, who demonstrated evidence of her fitness in front of about 150 guests of a sports medicine professional audience for physicians (> Symposium: "Sport im Alter"), which impressively provided evidence fitness is not an innate quality, but is acquired and must be maintained - and can be cared for, even into old age, if you stay tuned, as "Hannchen" Quaas convincingly proves!

* ... more on ►► www.gymmedia.de

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