And please don't write anything like "you should focus on your studies" etc. because I do and I get pretty good grades :)
Most Helpful Guy
I would recommend doing some research into work out plans then make your own with a split of at least five days. I don't buy into any of those special diets or anything, it's pretty much common sense. If it looks unhealthy then it almost certainly is. I would focus less on calisthenics (weights) and more on high intensity cardio and plyometrics, however that does not mean cut resistance out of your routine completely (you need squats for that double-take ass :P). If you have any specific questions feel free to shoot me a message!
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Most Helpful Girl
For a tip, with weight loss eat more protein and less carbs. For breakfast, never skip and you must always eat a good meal for your morning. For lunch, eat moderately too. For dinner, remember: you don't exercise at night, so eat very little, but don't starve yourself. Rather than eating 3 large meals a day, you might also want to have smaller meals throughout the whole day. Drinking a cup of water before a meal also causes you to eat less. When you want to eat something and have a craving, you must learn to control yourself. Eat one or two bites of your favorite food, but don't overdo it. Also when a eating a meal, eat till you are satisfied but never full.
And for a better body: exercise. Do stuff you don't usually exercise. For example: if you swim a lot, start running since you burn more calories doing things you don't usually exercise.