Army vet loses 125 pounds on yoga plan of former pro-wrestler Diamond Dallas Page

The veteran's weight had ballooned to more than 300 pounds.

Rich had served in U.S. Army as a specialist in an engineering detachment from 2003 to 2008 and in the Army Reserves from 2008 to 2011. Afterward, he returned to school and worked for a delivery company. One of his closest friends in the military had committed suicide after they had both retired from service.

In the years that followed, Rich reduced his weight by 125 pounds and regained much of his mobility.

Just a few weeks ago, he taught his daughter how to ride a bike while running alongside her.

“I never thought I was going to get to wrestle with my kids, pick them up, anything. [Now] I can be a dad again,” said Rich.

He was surprised when Diamond Dallas Page showed up on the doorstep of his Apollo Beach, Florida, home to congratulate him on his successful training and to do a backyard workout with Rich.

“I can’t believe the dude who like changed my life is in front of me,” said Rich, “It’s unbelievable.”