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Michaels, who originally left the show in 2011, will join returning trainers Bob Harper and Dolvett Quince for the 14th season of the show, NBC announced today.
Bob Harper was born on August 18, 1965 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA as Robert L. He is an actor, known for Bob Harper: Ultimate Cardio Body (2011), Bob Harper: Totally Ripped Core (2011) and Bob Harper: Beginner's Weight Loss Transformation (2011).
It still seems unfathomable that health and fitness expert Bob Harper suffered a near-fatal heart attack last year on February 12, 2017.
“All I wanted to do in my recovery was get back to work and what I thought was normal again…
I was the fitness guy—I went to the gym for social, I went to the gym for fitness, I went for stress, I went for all these things.
But now it’s a little more relaxed.” A three-time bestselling author, Harper regularly practices transcendental meditation (TM), which involves silently repeating a mantra in order to place your body in a state of profound rest and allow your mind to achieve a sense of peace, as defined by the Mayo Clinic.
“TM, yoga, and my dogs really help me with managing my stress,” he emphasizes.
“I didn’t see doctors very much and I would kind of get nervous when I’d go to the doctor,” he says. I’m working with a team of doctors that have become a part of my life that are guiding me through this new journey.” Something else that is also “completely new” for him is taking medication.
“One of the things that was a really big wake-up call for me after I had a heart attack was when my doctors told me I’d be more likely to have another heart attack within the first year,” states Harper.
“Yet what I’ve found for longevity, it’s very hard for a lot of people to sustain that type of diet.” Today, his meal plan “leans more on the Mediterranean-style” with a focus on plant-based foods, including more fruits and vegetables, as well as whole-grains.