David Goggins is a retired United States Navy SEAL, ultra-marathon runner, and motivational speaker. He is known for his extreme physical and mental toughness, and for overcoming numerous challenges in his life to achieve his goals.
Goggins grew up in a difficult environment and faced racism, poverty, and abuse during his childhood. He joined the U.S. Air Force but eventually left to become a Navy SEAL, completing several tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. After leaving the military, Goggins turned to ultra-marathon running and has set several records in long-distance running, including the world record for the most pull-ups completed in 24 hours.
Goggins is also a motivational speaker and author, with his book “Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds” becoming a New York Times bestseller. He shares his experiences and insights on how to push past one’s limits and achieve success in life, both physically and mentally.
Goggins has been featured in various media outlets, including The Joe Rogan Experience, The Ellen Show, and The New York Times. He is also an advocate for veterans’ mental health and has raised significant amounts of money for charities that support veterans and their families.