Army Weight Loss

A former soldier who ballooned to a whopping 22 stone when he left the army has shed almost half his bodyweight – and then coached his girlfriend to do the same! David Trowsdale, 29, was fit as a fiddle when he served in Afghanistan in 2009 – and even guarded the queen on horseback as part of the Royal Cavalry. But after leaving the army in 2010, he piled on the pounds and tipped the scales at a whopping 22 stone. And after pals teased him about his weight gain, he vowed to shift.

A former soldier who ballooned to a whopping 22 stone when he left the army has shed almost half his bodyweight - and then coached his girlfriend to do the same! David Trowsdale, 29, was fit as a fiddle when he served in Afghanistan in 2009 - and even guarded the queen on horseback as part of the Royal Cavalry. But after leaving the army in 2010, he piled on the pounds and tipped the scales at a whopping 22 stone. And after pals teased him about his weight gain, he vowed to shift.

A former soldier who ballooned to a whopping 22 stone when he left the army has shed almost half his bodyweight - and then coached his girlfriend to do the same! David Trowsdale, 29, was fit as a fiddle when he served in Afghanistan in 2009 - and even guarded the queen on horseback as part of the Royal Cavalry. But after leaving the army in 2010, he piled on the pounds and tipped the scales at a whopping 22 stone. And after pals teased him about his weight gain, he vowed to shift.

A former soldier who ballooned to a whopping 22 stone when he left the army has shed almost half his bodyweight - and then coached his girlfriend to do the same! David Trowsdale, 29, was fit as a fiddle when he served in Afghanistan in 2009 - and even guarded the queen on horseback as part of the Royal Cavalry. But after leaving the army in 2010, he piled on the pounds and tipped the scales at a whopping 22 stone. And after pals teased him about his weight gain, he vowed to shift.

A former soldier who ballooned to a whopping 22 stone when he left the army has shed almost half his bodyweight - and then coached his girlfriend to do the same! David Trowsdale, 29, was fit as a fiddle when he served in Afghanistan in 2009 - and even guarded the queen on horseback as part of the Royal Cavalry. But after leaving the army in 2010, he piled on the pounds and tipped the scales at a whopping 22 stone. And after pals teased him about his weight gain, he vowed to shift.