When Army veteran Noah Galloway, 34, lost his left arm and left leg during an IED attack in Iraq 11 years ago, he spent the next five years in a deep depression.

“It was hard to get out of bed,” Galloway, author of “Living With No Excuses: The Remarkable Rebirth of an American Soldier” (Center Street), tells The Post.

But in 2010, a fellow veteran reached out about doing a Tough Mudder, a 10 to 12 mile obstacle-course race, to get back into fighting shape.

While training for the next 10 months, Galloway’s disabilities made exercise difficult. He wouldn’t hit the gym until past midnight — he was embarrassed to work out in front of others.

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