Good on you for getting out there and doing something about it.
I was a chunky teenager and got down to a healthy weight in my early 20s - Mostly through running. Fast forward to my early (mid) 30s and at the beginning of 2018 I was at 106kg and feeling pretty bad for it.
Currently 88kg, so about 4kg away from being a BMI ‘healthy’ weight - but I am getting there and I feel so much better for it. Running a couple of 10kms a week and topping up with the odd 5 or 7 definitely helps.
RunKeeper is where I have all my run history, it goes as far back as 2009.
I’m pretty anal about tracking weight and fitness activities. These tracker apps are brilliant for somebody who is really competitive with themselves. Currently using a combination of RunKeeper, Google Fit and my gym’s myWellness.
I was really pleased with myself last night as I managed to beat my previous best 10km pace - from 2011… from a time when I consider myself to have been the fittest I’ve ever been.