All About David Goggins: Height, Weight, Bio, and More

David Goggins


There’s something admirable about David Goggins and his body. All of the runner’s known body measurements are summarized below!

David Goggins is a famous American ultra-marathon runner and an ultra-distance cyclist, who recently became famous for his motivational speaking and the books he published as an author. He also served for the United States in the war against Afghanistan and Iraq in their homeland as an Air Force Tactical Air Control Party member. He is currently a retired United States Navy Seal

David Goggins, the famous ultra-athlete, was born on February 17, 1975, to a middle-class family in Buffalo, New York. His parents got a divorce when he was only eight years old. He also contributed towards the United States Navy Seal and the United States Air Force Tactical Air Control Party. He has not revealed his relationship status and personal life much to the public. However, there are a few facts we know about his family and love life.

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All David Goggins’ body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

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Height:6 Feet 5 Inches (198 cm)
Weight:190 lbs (86 kg)
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Net Worth:$500 Thousand


Back in the day, what motivated me was overcoming myself. Now I believe in being a leader. I’ve done it all – I’m good. Now, it’s about setting an example for others to follow. I can’t just talk it – I have to live it.

David Goggins

A warrior is not a person that carries a gun. The biggest war you ever go through is right between your own ears. It’s in your mind. We’re all going through a war in our mind, and we have to callus our mind to fight that war and to win that war.

David Goggins

The reason I became 297 pounds is because that was comfortable. What was very uncomfortable was running. What was very uncomfortable was being on a diet. What was very uncomfortable was trying to face things that I didn’t want to face. And I also realized, when I was really big, I had no growth. Why? Because I was living comfortable.

David Goggins

When you tell a recruiter that you’re almost 300 pounds and you want to be a SEAL, it doesn’t go too well. I got hung up on a lot.

David Goggins

I lived a sloppy life. So I took very small increments in my life. I started making my bed. I started cleaning my room. There were dishes in the sink. It started off with doing small house chores. I saw that the yard needed to be mowed. So instead of being told it needed to be mowed, I would mow it.

David Goggins