As of 2008, Bob lives in Los Angeles, where he teaches fitness classes every day.
Bob is the only trainer to ever appear on The Biggest Loser that was not overweight previously.
Bob's most embarrassing moment was when he once went into a room filled with students, preparing to teach a spin class, and he took off his sweat pants and realized he had forgot to put on shorts.
Bob's favourite muscle is his heart because it keeps him going, and it's got a lot going on in there.
Bob has been featured in magazines such as Oprah Magazine, TV Guide, Entertainment Tonight, US Weekly, In Touch and Star.
Bob has appeared in numerous magazines in Australia and the USA.
Bob is an offical member of the AFTA training club.
Bob's favourite ice cream is Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Therapy Ice Cream.
Bob is certified with the American Fitness Training of Athletics and with Aerobics and Fitness Association of America.
Bob has become one of the world's most credible and sought-after motivational experts on television and DVD, in books and in personal appearances.
Bob has his own set of DVDs which are available to the USA which consist of methods and tips to losing weight as well as week by week programs.
Bob is also a certified Yoga instructor.
Bob enjoys photography, tennis, cycling, running and snowboarding.
Bob had a fight with the producers of The Biggest Loser (Aus) about the unfair elimination of one of the contestants.
When Bob's mum passed away from a heart attack, he left The Biggest Loser - Australia to attend her funeral. He came back within three days.
BootCamp, Bob's trademark training class, is one of the most successful niche fitness businesses in Los Angeles with brand expansion throughout the United States and western Europe.
Bob's work as a top fitness instructor has taken him to Europe, Australia and the Far East, both as a personal trainer and a fitness instructor, educating other trainers in his specific goal oriented style and technique.
Bob: I like to say we are the 7-Eleven of education. People can come in and pick up what they need. Work changes, family changes, we can accommodate that. We are close to where people live. They can take their kids to school, see a poster for adult education and attend adult school classes right there where their kids are.
Bob: It's all about lifestyle change.
Bob: Is it easy? No! ... It has to be a conscious decision.
Bob: I believe in the power of the human spirit.
Bob: We don't make fun of the contestant in The Biggest Loser. It's an inspirational show, and the contestants are so courageous. We're here to help them, not hurt them.