It was a devastating blow — his heartbeat became very erratic in what we call sudden cardiac death — and most people never survive it. was [that] he was in such good shape, and what he’s done with his background of activity.
So the recommendation from cardiologists like myself is 30 to 60 minutes of aerobic exercise 4 to 6 days a week, if you can do it.
Bob Harper is a generally known as a fitness guru and is most famous for his appearances on the television show, Biggest Loser, a reality television show where contestants compete to lose the most weight in a given period of time.
In addition to Biggest Loser, Bob Harper is a celebrity trainer with clients like Ben Stiller, Selma Blair and Gwyneth Paltrow.
I can’t imagine — I'm in New York and I drive past these gyms and I see people on the ? It's an important part of my brand now, to be able to help a whole different group of people, the heart attack survivors.
We need to know: Is there any more reality TV in your future? There are some things that I'm working on, so when it finally happens, you'll be the first to know.
I'm a lot easier to be around, I hope," he continues.
That's the real way to train your heart and keep your body in great shape.
Some people go out and do tremendous amounts of weightlifting or high-intensity exercise that really doesn't pay off for them.
I didn’t even need to look at my monitor."What do your workouts look like these days?
They're different than they used to be, as far as intensity.