David Goggins Workout Plan – Navy & Time

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘David Goggins—Workout & Time in Navy’ by All Hands Magazine

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The speaker’s morning routine involves running, no rest since 2016, stretching, weightlifting, discipline, not suitable for everyone, teamwork, personal growth, addressing weaknesses, and not relying solely on others.

Key Insights

  • The speaker prioritizes winning the battle in the morning and starts his day by going for a run.
  • The speaker hasn't taken a day off from running since December 2016.
  • Stretching for about two to three hours is part of the speaker's daily routine.
  • The speaker spends about four days a week in the gym lifting weights.
  • The importance of discipline in the speaker's life and how these daily activities contribute to building it.
  • The speaker emphasizes that their lifestyle may not be suitable for everyone.
  • Some valuable things the speaker learned in the Navy include the significance of teamwork.
  • The speaker believes in focusing on personal growth and addressing weaknesses.
  • Relying solely on others may not always be reliable.
  • Note: The text provided is truncated, so the insights might be incomplete.

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“I prioritize trying to win the battle in the morning. Every morning, I go for a run. That’s the first thing I do. Every morning. I haven’t taken a day off of running since December 2016. So I also stretch out every day for about two to three hours. Every day. I’ve missed two days in about five and a half, six years. And about four days a week, I’m in the gym hitting the weights because you know you can’t just be a runner. So this is every single day. The monotony of my life. But this is what builds discipline. You know, and not everybody, I’m not telling everybody to do this. But this is my lifestyle. This is how I build self-discipline.

What are some of the most valuable things you learned in the Navy?

You know what? Some of the most valuable things, a lot of people say teamwork and stuff like that. Teamwork is big. But I learned that you have to be a good individual first. You have to triple down on your weaknesses. Because a lot of times, you always count on your buddy.”

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘David Goggins—Workout & Time in Navy’ by All Hands Magazine