David Goggins net worth: David Goggins is a retired SEAL, endurance athlete, and author with a net worth of approximately $2.5 million dollars.
Life will certainly always hit you hard, that’s how it is, and not everybody can bounce back and keep going. Some already gave up midway, and some could not get started, but I know a man who did!
Labeled as the “Toughest Man Alive,” David Goggins did not let his hardships be the end! In fact, hardships are only the beginning of a greater life ahead. This is what fueled him to do more and push more, every day.
This article includes everything about this hard core, from who he was before, wife, children, books and of course, David Goggins net worth!
Right now, I certainly need someone to remind me that even if life is a box full of chocolate, I should not skip the bitter ones; instead, I should also savor it! Let’s get into the journey of David Goggins life.
David Goggins Net Worth and Salary
David Goggins has various professions that contributed a lot to his net worth. He started in the army then ventured into becoming an athlete and a motivational speaker. David Goggins net worth is estimated at $2.5 million.
Early Life and Biography
His full name is David Goggins. David is an Americanultra-distance cyclist, ultramarathon runner, triathlete, motivational speaker, and author. He is also a retired Navy SEAL and former US Air Force Tactical Air Control Party member. He served in the Iraq War.
David was born on February 17, 1975, in New York. It was a tough childhood for him that left a bittersweet memory.
His father is an alcoholic and used to beat him, his brother, and his mom. He was not able to find solace in school, too, because he is known to be fat, weak, and had a learning disability. When he turned eight, Goggins father decided to left their family.
Personal Life (Wife, Children, and Family)
The David Goggins is a bit private when it comes to his personal life. There are very few information when it comes to this part in his life; however, David goggins wife is named Aleeza Goggins. She is a Japenese registered nurse.
Aleeza Goggins tried so hard to step away from the limelight but since she is the former wife of David Goggins that became hard.
She is 10 years older than her husband. She was also part of David’s charity works and was a former nurse when he was in military. They held a secret ceremony way back 2005 but later on got divorced in 2008.
There was speculation resurfaced stating that the reason for the split is Aleeza is not sexually satisfied by David. She also added other issues; however, since we all know that David is a private man, he didn’t leave a comment regarding the said issue.
Aleeza is currently residing in her country, Japan since her VISA expired, but they are good friends even if they are living separately.
As of the moment, there is no information if they had children or not.
Age, Height, and Weight
David Goggins is 45 years old, and his height is 6 feet. His body weight is 190lbs. He has a perfectly toned
dark body due to his consistent physical training and exercises. He undergoes a strict diet to maintain his healthy figure; however, he is not a vegan but mostly does the keto diet.
Goggins’ success did not happen in just one day. It was a process. When he was 19 years old, he decided to join the Air Force and supposedly training to be a Pararescue that saves downed pilots in water. However, later on, he was diagnosed with a “sickle cell trait.” This usually leads to constant pain and other serious complications. As a result, he took the time to rest.
When David Goggins was 24 years old, he got fatter to nearly 300 pounds because of overnight work and an unhealthy diet. He will usually down large milkshakes and donuts. One day, he discovered the Navy Seal and decided that he wants to accomplish something like them.
Goggins joined the team, and this led to his loss of weight and found his purpose. He achieved the “Top Honor Man” in Ranger School and was the only person to have practiced in “elite ops” for the Air Force, the Navy Seal and the Army. Truly, from Ranger School so many things happened.
It did not end here. David entered endurance events such as ultra-marathons, ultra-triathlons, triathlons.
Moreover, he beat the Guinness World Record of finishing 4,030 pull-ups in 17 hours!
Marathon and Ultra-marathon
In 2005, He engaged in a 24-hour ultramarathon where he ran 100 miles in under 19 hours.
In 2006, Goggins entered Badwater 135, where he got to be a 5th overall and competed in Ultraman World Championships Triathlon. He was able to secure the second spot in a three day, 320-mile race.
In 2007, he finished and achieved the Badwater 135 and won 3rd place overall. He took a rest from 2008 and started again by 2013, where he finished 18th.
David Goggins tried his luck in 2012 to do the most pull-ups in 24 hours, but he failed because of his injury, but he snatched the glory by 2014 and completed 4,030 pull-ups in 17 hours in the world record!
As mentioned, Goggins suffered a lot in his childhood from physical abuse, poverty, and prejudice that affected his mental health. This prompted him to publish a book last 2018, entitled, “Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds.”
This book sold 900,000 copies in just 4 months that added to his net worth. It tackles about turning suffering into triumph. David Goggin learns to look back and made it a lesson that contributed to his growth.
Goggins was not finished by just sharing it in his books, and he became a motivational speaker. He imparts his rough journey to several groups, primarily in business, sports, and school campuses.
Conclusion on David Goggins
David Goggins is an individual that aims to be the best by getting out and facing his weakness. This led to many physical injuries and hardships but was rewarded by various achievements and a hefty amount in his net worth.
If you think that the world is unfair, you might get some tips from David Goggins, himself.
I will be leaving you a quote from him that says, “it’s so easy to be great nowadays, because everyone else is weak. If you have any mental toughness, if you have any fraction of self-discipline; The ability to not want to do it, but still do it; If you can get through to doing things that you hate to do: on the other side is greatness!”