Bob Harper has reassured his fans he is on the mend, after the Biggest Loser star suffered a major heart attack.
You have no idea how much it helps.'A few hours later, Harper posted another photo - this time one taken of him sitting on a bench in a park with his cute pooch.He found his current career path after college, becoming a certified fitness instructor.Moving to Los Angeles in the early 1990s, Harper soon developed a celebrity clientele.It all led up to a montage of their loved ones holding signs that spelled out "Will You Marry Me?," with Michaels in the last frame holding the "Me" sign.While she may be in a relationship with a woman, the "gay thing," as she puts it, is still something that she struggles to talk openly about.She told Health: "I don’t know that I am [comfortable talking about being gay] now, to be honest with you. When Heidi and I are out and somebody older asks, ‘Are you sisters? Turns out, the two continue to stay in touch and have business dealings with each other. He agrees that the two dated very long ago: "It was in the early 1800s," he jokes. " Bob didn't share many details beyond that—but we reached out to Reza for some scoop.He's wearing trainers and baggy sweatpants with a sweater and a camel coat.He explained: 'The only exercise I can do right now is walking KARL around the city and in the park.'He also told his fans that as a result of his heart attack, he won't be able to compete in the 2017 Cross Fit Open.'Have fun doing the Open.I will he watching EVERY ANNOUNCEMENT and hopefully I'll get to judge some. He captioned the photo: 'Well I guess you all heard what happened. 'I want to thank everyone for the outpouring of messages and support.Two weeks ago yesterday I had a heart attack.'I am feeling better. It feels good to be cared about.'The fit star shared that he's at home now and continues to get better by the day.'I've been home for 8 days now. I'm lucky to have such good friends and family to take care of me right now.'He ended his explanation with a heart emoji.Born on August 18, 1965, in Nashville, Tennessee, Bob Harper was raised on a cattle farm before he discovered his passion for fitness after college, and moved to Los Angeles.