First here is my stats. 6'1 or getting there. 215~ pounds. Muscular body type. Objective is to get a healthy body. Go to gym every second day. Not make a huge change in my diet which is listed but am looking for suggestions to completment it. However point out any defects you see in this post please. Diet is becoming better. I do not eat pork for religious reasons (no not a Jew, if that matters), however everything else is pretty much on the table. I am kicking off with cardio. I pretty much use the stairstep machine and the floating-trek machine to kill about 500 calories. After that I warm up my arms with the boxing bag, then hit the weights. I am not looking for a model body. However I am looking for a more attractive body. I am looking to lose the belly, and have some definition with my muscles. My arm and legs muscles are very strong thanks to genetics. I wish to make them stronger of course, much stronger over time. I have to look out for my back, so any ab exersizes suggested must not cause potential back problems. My diet pretty much rounds out like this... (I am improving it as much as possible). Morning: Raisin Bran, or Mini Wheats. Healthy sized bowls. Whole wheat bread (if I have any). Glass of milk. Lunch: I try to get protien here. Chickenburger, some health(ier) snack bars containing oats and such. Apple Juice, and some variation. I am going to start putting a fruit in there every day (notes to self). No I do not eat chickenburgers every day, but I aim for healthy foods. If anyone can recommend healthy main courses that are on the go, that would be so awesome of you. Supper: Usually what is cooked. I will not eat it if it is not healthy and will cook something up. I am trying to avoid pasta in excess, carbs in excess, aiming for more of a low fat, higher protien, lower medium carb supper. I take 2 omega 3-6-9 capsules after breakfast, along with a multivitamin and some antioxidant (such as pomegrante, example). Being a student I do not get as much exersize as I did working, hence the gym seems like a great idea. I am also persuing fitness as a way to enchance energy levels, motivation, and that good stuff. Thanks for reading.