Over the past couple of years I've got my weight down to 18 stone but I'm stuck here and not making much progress lately. I've decided that I'm going to try to get army fit and apply for the TA (I have been that fit before and despite my weight I'm still fairly fit and active, would like to try again before I'm too old and my bones and joints start giving up) but obviously I will need lots of energy for the exercise and I can't be relying on the kinds of foods I've been living on (pot noodles and readymeals). I'm thinking of trying to stick to cereal in the morning, maybe slim fast and fruit for lunch and then having meat and veg for dinner but I'm wondering if this will be enough or too much as I'll still need to lose a good 5 stone. My work day is moving around a lot and lifting a lot but nothing that could be considered strenuous. Lunches for me can't be fresh as I don't always get a break and it needs to be something cheap I can buy and leave in my locker for whenever I need it which makes it tricky to have anything healthy. If anyone has a good idea for a diet plan to stick to I'd love to hear it. My girlfriend is considering weight watchers which I could do with her only, again, with needing extra energy and lunches I can store ambiently I don't know if it would be right for me.