In February, fitness trainer Bob Harper suffered a heart attack and went into cardiac arrest at a New York City gym. Now, he’s on the road to recovery and sharing his story in the hopes of helping others.
Fitness trainer Bob Harper is a recent heart attack survivor. He opens up about his recovery process, learning to trust his heart again, and what happened on the day he had his heart attack.
Fitness trainer Bob Harper describes what he felt after waking up from a medically-induced coma and what he has learned about his heart attack and subsequent cardiac arrest. Plus, he shares what he wants to do now post-heart attack.
Fitness trainer Bob Harper reveals the condition that affected his cholesterol and led to his severe heart attack in February.
Fitness trainer Bob Harper reveals the fruit he loves to eat now after suffering a major heart attack. Plus, he shares why he loves New York.
If an individual collapses during a heart attack, cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR can double or triple their chances of survival. CPR instructor Lipica Shah demonstrates how to perform life-saving CPR in just two steps.
Dr. Oz, fitness trainer Bob Harper, and CPR instructor Lipica Shah lead a CPR demonstration on set. Then, Dr. Oz explains how chest compressions during hands-only CPR work to pump blood to the brain and other vital organs.
Dr. Oz set up a social experiment to see if audience members knew how to use an automated external defibrillator or AED. Then, he demonstrates how to use the device in the case of a real emergency.
Sudden cardiac arrest strikes over 350,000 people every year but an automated external defibrillator or AED can help. Fitness trainer Bob Harper teams up with Dr. Oz to call all gyms across the U.S. to be equipped with an AED device.
Guest Amy is a recent heart attack survivor. She shares her extraordinary story with Dr. Oz and fitness trainer Bob Harper. Plus, guest Jennifer performs the popular song that you can use to keep pace while performing CPR.
“The Biggest Loser” star Bob Harper has been the face of health and fitness for over a decade. Yet, he suffered a near fatal heart attack just two months ago. If it can happen to him, could it happen to you?
This year, 1 in 7 people will die from a heart attack. Find out what you can start doing to extend the life of your heart.