A former Navy SEAL has been named “the toughest man alive” after completing insane feats of extreme gymnastics that pinned his success to an extreme workout regimen. harsh.
David Goggins, 47, is best known for running an incredible 101 miles in just 19 hours and completing 4030 pull-ups in 17 hours.
The American A daily exercise schedule would make most people exhausted just thinking about it.
Every morning, David wakes up at 3 a.m. and starts the day with an impressive 20-mile run – all before sunrise.
According to SportsKeeda, by the time David finishes his first workout, he’s ready to cycle 20 miles to work.
When he gets to the gym, he does three sets of 10 lifts, three sets of five pull-ups and a whopping five sets of 25 push-ups.
David seemed to keep going until he collapsed in each workout, pushing his muscles to the limit each time.
In an interview with Art of Charm, David said: “The obstacle is how you grow up. You have to keep rubbing.
“Friction is where growth is. Without friction there is no growth.”
Most people would think that this kind of intensity is enough to get in shape, but the Goggins diet is even more rigorous.
When David decided to get in shape, he launched a extreme diets, cut almost 2000 calories out of his diet every day.
He often uses protein-rich foods such as chicken breast, fish and lean steak to gain muscle and lose weight quickly.
He follows a split ratio of 40% protein, 40% healthy fat, and 20% carbohydrates to stay in balance.
What has helped David effectively lose weight and stay in shape is his method. intermittent fastingThis saw him eat only after his morning workout.
David claims exercises done on an empty stomach allow him to “burn fat stores in the body” rather than energy from meals.
David’s seriousness and work ethic came from humble beginnings when he was born in 1975.
I live in Buffalo, New York with his mother Jackie and father Trunnis, spending his childhood working with his father before joining the army after graduating from high school.
The former Navy SEAL began an extreme diet and workout routine after he hit rock bottom in his early twenties.
After being honored with discharge after four years of service, David found himself at a dead end job and weighed nearly 300 pounds.
Everything changed one day when he watched a TV show about Navy SEAL training – and he resolved to join the elite force.
David managed to 106 pounds lost in just three monthsallowing him to qualify for the force, where he spent three “Hell Weeks” training.
He continued to serve as a Navy SEAL in Iraq war, before retiring years later.
After retiring, David decided to take on a new challenge: super long distance running.
By jogging, he began raising money for the families of fellow Navy SEALs who died during a military operation in Afghanistan.
Notably, David remains the only person to have completed Navy SEAL training, Air Force Tactical Air Control Training, and Army Ranger School.
He attributes much of his success in life to his strong health regimen – and has no plans to stop anytime soon.
In an interview with Youtuber Tom Bilyeu, he said, “I’m training my mind, body and spirit, so it’s all one, so I can handle what life will throw at me. me.
“Because of the life I’ve lived, it throws at you a bunch of stuff. And if you’re not physically and mentally prepared for that, you’re going to fall. And you’re no good.”