[Sorry if I should've posted this in training logs, this is my first thread in this section of OT.] Once in the morning, once in the evening. I do 30 minutes of cardio (Precor, elliptical machine, and the bike, usually) each time I am there. On Saturday and Sunday, in addition to one hour of cardio, I do a 45-minute-to-1 hour total body workout, where I exercise around 5 groups of muscles. I do many different exercises, 4 sets of each, 15 reps each set. I eat 5 times a day, starting at 7a.m. and ending at 7p.m. My meals are small and spaced out 3 hours each. I do not eat carbs after 3p.m. I am allowed one cheat meal a week, which is the same size as my normal meals, but a food that I would not normally eat in this diet. My trainer is NASM certified and has a degree in physiological science from UCLA, as well as a D.C. licensed chiropractor. I pay her nothing, because she is my sister. I am 23-years-old. I am 6'3. I weigh 371.5 pounds. My BMI is 48.5. My ultimate goal weight is 220. My immediate goal weight is 250. This is me 9 months ago, standing next to Bill Walsh. I think I'm heavier now than I was then, but I don't really want to take a new picture: I have realized that if I don't do something about my weight now, I won't live for very much longer, and I will never live a happy life. I began my journey two weeks ago.