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Fitness Guru Bob Harper on a Speedy Recovery After Suffering A Massive Heart Attack?

By Ambili Sasidharan on Mar 01, 2017 08:42 PM EST

Bob Harper, "The Biggest Loser" host is on a road to speedy recovery post a massive heart attack a few weeks ago. The 51-year-old posted a picture of him working out at the gym in New York. The fitness freak posted the picture to let his fans know that he is doing better. Along with him, we can also see his beloved dog, Karl.

At the gym, he was clad in baggy sweatpants with a camel coat, and sweater; he was ready for a workout session, as usual, Daily Mail UK reported. He also declared that due to the heart attack, he will not be taking part in the 2017 CrossFit Open. However, he revealed that he might judge the course. He also thanked his fans for the love and support he received.

Bob's heart attack news was first broke by TMZ, which further reported that he was unconscious for 2 days and hospitalized for 8 days. Now, it looks like the star is on a speed road to recovery. On his Instagram, along with the picture, he wrote, "I'm required to wear these monitors to see what my heart is doing throughout the day. I feel like a robot from WESTWORLD thanks you all for your kindness. You have no idea how much it helps."

In an interview to TMZ, Bob told that his family has a long history of heart diseases and his mother died from a heart attack. A few weeks back, when Bob was working out at the gym, as usual, he suddenly collapsed. He was immediately rushed to the hospital, who gave him CPR to save his life.

A fitness fanatic, Bob was shot to fame after appearing on the TV show "Biggest Loser." After completing the American version, he then made an appearance on the Australian version for the first three seasons. Being a celebrity personal trainer for ages, Bob has appeared in Melissa Etheridge's hit video song "Angels Would Fall" from her album Breakdown.

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