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Noah Galloway Biography
Noah Galloway is a former United States Army soldier. Motivational speaker, and fitness enthusiast who rose to prominence after participating in the 20th season. Of the reality television show “Dancing with the Stars.”
He grew up in a family of athletes and enlisted in the Army when he was 18 years old. During his service, Galloway was deployed to Iraq as a member of the 101st Airborne Division. Where he suffered severe injuries.
Noah Galloway Age
Noah Matthew was born on October 28, 1981, Birmingham, Alabama, U.S. He is 41 years
Noah Galloway Family
Noah was born to Andy and Bebe . His father had an accident when Galloway was young and lost his hand. Galloway says that his father was able to give him advice when he was injured and also understood his depression and mistakes.
Noah Galloway Wife | Married | Ex Wife
Galloway has been married two times. He married Tracy Galloway in 2007 to whom he ended up divorcing.
Noah Galloway Fiance | Noah Galloway Engagement
In 2014, Galloway proposed to his longtime girlfriend Jamie Boyd, and the couple got engaged. They later married in 2017 but eventually divorced in 2018. They have two children together.
Noah Galloway Kids
Galloway has three children: His oldest son Colston is from his first marriage while his younger son Jack and daughter Rian are fro his second marriage.
Noah Galloway Military Career | Story
Galloway joined the military when he was 18 years old, and he served for a total of 12 years.
The 101st Airborne Division deployed Galloway to Iraq in 2003. An IED (improvised explosive device) attack injured him during his second deployment in 2005, resulting in the loss of his left arm above the elbow and left leg above the knee.
After his injury, Galloway underwent a long and difficult rehabilitation process. He struggled with depression and alcohol abuse, but eventually found solace in physical fitness. He began training for fitness competitions and became a personal trainer, using his own experiences to motivate and inspire others.
Noah Galloway Dancing With The Stars | Dwts | On Dancing With The Stars | Sharna Burgess and
Galloway’s appearance on DWTS in 2015 made him a household name. He was partnered with professional dancer Sharna Burgess, and the duo made it to the final three of the competition. Their performances, which often incorporated Galloway’s prosthetic limb, inspired and moved millions of viewers.
Noah Galloway Book
- 2016 – Living with No Excuses: The Remarkable Rebirth of an American Soldier
- 2016 – Living Life to the Fullest, with No Excuses
Living With No Excuses Noah Galloway
In Living with No Excuses, Noah sheds light on his upbringing in rural Alabama, his military experience, and also the battle he faced to overcome losing two limbs during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
He reveals his ambition to succeed against all odds and demonstrates how to live life to the fullest, with no excuses.
American Grit Noah Galloway | American Grit
Galloway’s military background and his experience overcoming obstacles, including the loss of his left arm and leg while serving in Iraq, made him a natural fit for the show. His leadership skills, determination, and never-give-up attitude inspired his teammates and viewers alike, and he quickly became a fan favorite.
Noah Galloway Men Health
Galloway has been featured in Men’s Health magazine, where he shared his inspiring story and fitness journey. In his Men’s Health interview, Galloway discussed how he used fitness as a way to cope with his injuries and how it helped him regain his confidence and sense of purpose.
Noah Galloway Fitness
Galloway’s fitness philosophy focuses on using functional movements and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to improve overall fitness and achieve specific goals. He has created several workout programs, including “The Challenge” and “No Excuses Fitness,” which are available online.
In addition to his fitness work, Galloway is also a philanthropist who supports organizations that assist wounded veterans and their families. He is an ambassador for the No Barriers Warriors program, which helps veterans with disabilities overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.
Noah Galloway House
The Homes for Our Troops program and the Veterans Administration awarded him a mortgage-free home in September 2015. The home is adaptable to wheelchairs, which he sometimes needs, and includes other features necessary for amputees as part of the Specially Adapted Housing Grant.
This organization also provides veterans with financial planning assistance and he had volunteered for the organization as a builder volunteer starting in 2010.
Galloway has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.