I don't really lift, but I've been getting back into better shape for the past 3 months. I've lost about 35 pounds, so far. I started out weighing 183 lbs (biggest I've ever been) and I'm sitting at 148 lbs now.
I'm mainly trying to focus on losing all this fat. I do about 100 min on my stationary bike machine, 6 days a week and recently added about 20 min of jump rope every now and then. I have shitty flat feet (and no health insurance for now, one day I'll get em checked out), but I still want to incorporate running off and on during the week too. I'm thinking it's mostly form problems though that leads to painful feet/shin splints.
As far as weight training, I do shoulders, back, biceps, triceps, chest, and legs in that order throughout the week. I don't lift crazy heavy, so I'm probably not getting "gains" like the bros, but I'm just glad I'm lifting a lot heavier than when I started. For example, I used to struggle to bench 80 lbs, but now I bench 125 lbs regularly.
I've also been dieting. I realized that all this time in the gym is great, but the diet is what really gets you. I'm not on anything specific, but I try to eat healthier things and count calories with MyFitnessPal. I try and stay within a reasonable amount every day. Maybe I'm doing everything wrong, but it's been working out (pun intended) pretty well so far.