Wise of you to come get advice. Getting motivated to get healthy can be a difficult choice to make. Fear of failure is huge. While it is great that you have made that choice, obviously your hubby isn't there yet. All the nagging in the world will not help until HE decides he needs to do it. I have tried to respond to your post with his perspective in mind.
"So I need the opinion of a male, I have been working out and eating healthier for almost a year now, my lifestyle has changed and I really enjoy it."
Good for you. Has it been an individual endeavor? Are you doing things that he could do with you? Maybe it's not running, maybe it's starting by going for a walk with a sly "bet you can't catch me" thrown in here or there as you to are enjoying the time together. Maybe it's yard work outside. Not to say you should have to give up what you are doing, but be open to ways to include him.
Also, it is highly possibly that in your effort to improve, he feels left out. While sounding childish, is he jealous? Does he resent the time you spend? Do you make time for exercising but often put him to the back burner? I have seen way too many women that find time for housework, for jobs, for children, for church, for shopping, for their favorite TV show, etc. only to tell hubby later that "I'm too tired." I know, I know, it is kind of a "needy" thing but many guys resent other things their wife does if their own needs aren't being met. We live in a society that preaches to us "look out for yourself" and "I deserve some ME time", but that doesn't always make for a good marriage if both parties aren't on board. If you want him to get healthier, be willing to carefully examine this and don't chalk it up to immaturity or he should just deal with it.
"My problem how ever is my husband, he is over weight and unhealthy I have tried nicely telling him he needs to eat less or ask him to join me for a run and he has no interest."
Again, try something besides running. And no matter how nicely you SAY it, there is no easy way for him to HEAR it. Men live for praise, love, and respect from their wives. Kind of like dogs. Give us the occasional pat on the head and we just eat it up. He already knows he is overweight and out of shape. He doesn't want to hear you tell him that. He wants to hear from you how wonderful he is. He wants to hear how much you love him. He wants to hear how much you want him. And here is the part that is hard to do. If you want him to be a fit healthy man, you are going to have to treat him like one even though he may be a complete slob. I know that sounds weird, but while only he can decide to get healthy, you have tremendous power over that choice if you go about it the right way. treat him the way you want him to be and there's a good chance he will move mountains to live up to it if you show him the love and respect he is craving. He already knows how you feel now, so you may have to try extra hard now to get beyond his doubt. Most men really want to please their wives. In that sly feminine way that women can be masterful at, get the "I want you Healthy" part across without the words and without the judgement. Let him know that you love him for who he is now and in doing so he just might become the man that you want him to be.
"I feel myself worrying about his health"
While this may be truth, it is also a good cover story for "I don't want him getting/being fat." I bet I know which way your husband takes it.
"and he doest seem to care,"
He does care, but he is afraid. Afraid he can't do it. Afraid that you see him as a failure. Afraid of trying and failing and looking even worse. Afraid that you don't love him the way he is.
"How do I get him Motivated?!?"
YOU can't motivate him. Motivation is an internal thing. Just
" another problem is its almost un attracting, i have got to get past this problem!! Help"
This isn't just "another" problem, it is one of the main problems. I don't presume to tell you how you should feel and I know you can't usually help it, but your husband already knows this. This is what is driving the fear.
While many people don't like her, Dr. Laura has a great book entitled "The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands." Highly suggest reading it. While it doesn't pertain to getting healthy and losing wait, it as an AWESOME resource for understanding how most guys think. While it is somewhat critical of women, she speaks truth in that she talks about how much power women truly have over their husbands if they learn to use it. Well actually I should say learn to use it for good, because it already gets used, just in the wrong way most of the time.
This was probably WAY more than you expected, but I hope it helps. Don't give up on him. Love him unconditionally and guide him in the right direction.
On a lighter note, if all else fails, can I tell you that SEX is the biggest motivator ever?
Men really are simple creatures.