Hey Kyle, I'm glad it went well, hope you have a fast recovery!
I just saw a 110kg guy do a 360 muscle up damn.. Anyway, I've lost more than 16KG which is something like 35 lbs in half a year. I want to talk a little bit about fat loss. It takes a while, 30+lbs in half a year might not seem like a lot, but for a person that wasn't active for 2+ years straight, I think I have good results so far. I wanted to say specifically if you see those fat to fit transformations on YT where they lose 40 pounds (18kg) in like 3-4 months, just forget about that, forget about how long it takes because those transformations are either faked on timing or they used some sort of supplement or have been active in the past so their metabolism was already high. Till now, all I did was workout whenever I could (you know, injury,time.. etc..), I didn't really do cardio, all I did was I stopped eating all the bad foods I was eating, I even stopped eating bread, it just wasn't a good source after I read it's not that good. So you probably won't need cardio till you get to those last few kgs/lbs (since like Daniel said most cardio exercises require legs), when you get to those last few kgs/lbs, there's nothing to really substitute, you'll find yourself eating everything healthy so whenever you can start doing cardio, start doing it bit by bit. I'm an Endo-Meso as well so muscle building and muscle loss while losing fat will not be a problem, trust me, I have more muscle than people that have worked out for years, including a friend of mine who does weightlifting for 7 years (not bragging about it or praising myself). Also, whenever I cared about my fat, carbs and protein intake, I would end up eating more, so I honestly don't think you should count calories/macros, just try to get a source of every macronutrient in your meals (depending on how many they are). People also say it's better to eat 5-6 smaller meals than 2-3 bigger meals, I think the reward of eating smaller meals is that you'll be full throughout the day and I've heard a lot of people that preach the truth say meal frequency doesn't matter, so do whatever fits best through your life. Cardio is extremely important yes but in my experience only when you have the last few kgs/lbs to lose when you don't want to eat less *healthy* food but still want to find a way to burn more calories. Anything you have to ask, feel free, I'm willing to help about this topic. Salute!