David Goggins Wife, Mother, Book, Diet, Height, Net worth

David Goggins

Facts of David Goggins

David Goggins Age: 44 years 0 months
David Goggins Birth Date: February 17, 1975
David Goggins Horoscope: Aquarius
David Goggins Birth Place: Buffalo, New York, United States
David Goggins Father's Name: Trunnis Goggins
David Goggins Marital Status: Married
David Goggins Profession:  ultramarathon runner, ultra-distance cyclist, triathlete, motivational , author
David Goggins Education: Army Ranger School
David Goggins Weight: 86
David Goggins Height: 6 feet 6 inches (1.98m)
David Goggins Salary: $60 thousand
David Goggins Net Worth: $240 thousand
David Goggins Nationality: American
David Goggins Hair Color: blade
David Goggins Eye Color: light brown
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David Goggins is an ultramarathon runner, ultra-distance cyclist, triathlete, motivational speaker as well as an author. Furthermore, he worked as a former the United States Air Force Tactical Air Control Party. There he had served in the War in Afghanistan and the Iraq War.

David Goggins’s age, bio/wiki

David Goggins was born in Buffalo, New York, United States on 17th February 1975. He is now 43 years old and belongs to American nationality. He was born to the parent Trunnis Goggins.

Furthermore, there is no information regarding his family, early life in any other sources.

David Goggins’s career (books) and net worth

Moving towards his professional life, he initially applied to join the United States Air Force Pararescue but failed his ASVAB twice before succeeding. Then later, he had he become a member of the United States Air Force Tactical Air Control Party also known as TACP. After his several friends died in the war, he began long-distance running with the aim of raising money for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation in 2005.

He had even attempted to enter the Badwater-135 Ultramarathon as a fundraiser. Due to his hard work, he was able to run 100 miles in 19 hours. In 2006, he had was subsequently granted entry into the 2006 Badwater-135; where he had finished 5th overall, an unheard of result from an ultramarathon novice at a world-class event. In the year 2009, he had participated in events such as the Las Vegas Marathon, the Badwater-135 Ultramarathon, as well as in the Furnace Creek-508.

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Source: Twitter (David Goggins’s career as Army)

Likewise, he had won his best finish at the Badwater-135 by placing 3rd overall in 2007. Therefore, he was”Hero of Running” named by Runner’s World in 2008. He is even a motivational speaker and has traveled and speaks to sports teams. His inspiration speech was heard by the Atlanta Hawks and the Seattle Seahawks, as well as collegiate athletes from the Alabama, Tennessee and Michigan university football programs.

Similarly, he had gone on the Today Show to attempt to beat the world record for the most pull-ups done in 24 hours on 7th September 2012. The same year, he had even completed 3,207 pull-ups in 12 hours; but had to stop due to an injury in his left palm. The next year (2013), he broke the world record of the most pull-ups done in 24 hours; where he had completed 4,030 pull-ups in 17 hours.

Furthermore, he has even written the books called Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds. He earns a salary of $60 thousand annually and his net worth is estimated to be $240 thousand.

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Where is David Goggins mother?

David Goggins’s father used to beat his mother and while he went to protect her at the age of 6, his father had beaten him out of courage. When he turned 8, his mother left him with his father. However, he had struggled for school and succeeded in graduating from BUD/S training with Class 235. Then he had graduated from Army Ranger School with the distinction of enlisted “Top Honor Man” in 2004.

He has faced many problems in his life, but he says,

“Suffering is the true test of life.”

David Goggins’s health issues (diet)

He has suffered from many diseases like Asthma, Obesity and Congenital heart defect. He had decided to run an ultramarathon to raise money for charity, he weighed 280 pounds from years of powerlifting…Eight months later. But when he had run Kiehl’s Badwater Ultramarathon, he weighed 177 pound due to obesity.

In 2010, while his regular medical check, his doctor discovered a birth defect known as an atrial septal defect (ASD). ASD disease is a hole between atrial chambers of his heart, and it’s only able to function at about 75 percent capacity.

But he is very happy about what he is and has said that,

“Having lived the life I’ve lived, and seeing the other side, not being afraid to attack what was in front of me has made me happy.”

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Source: Observer (David Goggins before and after his disease)

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David Goggins’s personal life (wife Aleeza)

Moving towards his personal life, he had secretly married his lovely wife Aleeza in 2010. Aleeza is a professional nurse who has also been part of his support team. Aleeza is a loving and caring wife of David. She says she often gets worried about the pain he often puts himself because he is the kind that cannot be talked out of anything and he is motivated to do no matter how torturous it appears.

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Source: The Coli (David Goggins with his wife Aleeza)

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David Goggins’s body measurement (height)

David Goggin is 6 feet tall and own weigh of 190 pounds. His hair color is blond and has a pair of light brown eyes. Beside this, there is no further information regarding his body measurement.

David Goggins’s social media (Instagram)

David has accounts in social media like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. He has more than 1 million followers on Instagram, more than 95.8k followers on Twitter, 2.4k followers on Facebook and more than 19k subscribers on YouTube.

Source: Wikipedia