You really don’t sound THAT fat. I’m your hieght, a bit heavier, and a year older. And I’m definetly not “fat”. I’ve got fat on me, a good amount, but I don’t look near obese. In fact, you can’t really tell, shirt on or off, that I’m in the upper 20%'s.
Maybe we’re just built differently then?
I was 16 and 186lbs. I weigh the same today that I did 11 years ago. But I was a rack of bones until at 14 over two summers of eating junk food and doing no activity that I put on 60lbs of fat.
So I stopped eating junk. I got down to 136lbs. I’m 5’11", but that’s what I truly weighed without the fat (remember, I’m a hardcore ectomorph). So it is possible for this guy to be holding A LOT of fat if he’s got no muscle.
I lost all the fat over a 1 year long promise to myself.
It was this:
I’d eat dinner. Drink lots of cold water. I’d eat a small snack (1 piece of rye toast and peanut butter) and drink some milk before bed.
I’D EAT NOTHING BETWEEN DINNER AND BEDTIME MEALS.
I lost over 50lbs of fat in 1 year. It’s since taken me 9 years almost to put on 50lbs of muscle and get to a weight that I was at 16. It blows my mind sometimes.
Just keep a positive outlook kid, and say no when you’re craving junk food. It’s okay to go hungry sometimes (not starve! just eat small meals every 3-4 hours and nothing in between).
If you have to snack during the day, get addicted to low-fat popcorn. It’s 150 calories, only 5g of fat and has a good 5g of fiber IF you can actually manage to eat 1/2 a bag. It’s filling. Apples are a good choice too. Apples make you thin.