|>> || 1631930619738.png -(257689B / 251.65KB, 460x374) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. You'll be able to pull some impressive results if you get a solid diet and exercise plan going and stick with it properly. You don't have a large amount of fat build up, so you're in a good place to be starting out. Like the other person said, your chesticles will definitely most likely have some solid class, dare I say impressive, pecticles in a matter of a year or two of strong effort. |
Based on that picture, your goal should be less about weight loss specifically, and more about building muscle. I'm not saying you should go all gung-ho on massive, bulging muscles, unless you want to, but there are multiple reasons for wanting to lean towards strength training/weight lifting.
First, and perhaps most important, weight lifting will build muscles that will both improve your physique as well as naturally increase your metabolism by requiring more nutrients to maintain your muscles. In the absolute most basic explanation of it, and in a way which is technically not proper but gets the correct point across regardless, you'll essentially be turning fat into muscle. That means you don't want to go changing your diet to have massive calorie deficit; like I mentioned before, weight lifting both builds muscle and burns excess calories, making a reduction of caloric intake unnecessary.
You'll probably be wanting to google some things about this stuff, diet and exercise, protein and calorie intake, types of exercises, muscle groups, how much and how long to do and go when lifting, rest days, etc. I'll try to get back to give you some tips or answer any questions you might have.
There's no better time to start living a healthier life than right now. It might not be easy getting started, but start off small and steady, and slowly build your way up (both with exercise and diet changes) to a point where you're comfortable with results you're seeing. I guarantee legitimately 200% that if you stick with it and do it right you will never regret the effort you put into it. I happen to be one year older than you and I'm in the best shape of my life by far doing weight lifting 2-4 times a week and running several miles 2-3 times a week/
I hope you get into it and stick with it. Being fit and feeling good about your physical abilities and looks affects nearly every aspect of your life in a positive way. It also just feels good, legitimately, it physically just feels positively good to be in a good health. Anyway, good luck to you and if you have any more questions please toss them into the thread and hopefully someone will get back to you with a good answer!