Right now, I take summer classes at the college I go to in Boston (and since I live nearby, I commute at least for this summer to save some extra $$$ too).
My classes are from Monday-Thursday, and after work I usually go to the gym and spend about 75-90 minutes there. But obviously some days I'm a lot more busier than others and I have work too, so usually I go 3 days a week.
At the gym, I usually spend about 45 minutes doing cardio exercises, like some time running on a treadmill, some time on an elliptical, some times running around the indoor track they have there too (And I mean RUN, not a casual jog), and running around it 11 times equals a mile, so I try to do 22.
The other 30-45, I do a lot of stuff in the weight room, including lifts, pull ups, crunches, Pec-Deck machine, chest presses. However, there honestly isn't a lot of these kinds of equipment actually, so sometimes I'm not able to do every one of these things since the machines are taken by others, so I'm never really consistent on each of these things unfortunately.
But when I'm at home Fridays-Sunday, I live near a beach which spans about 3-4 miles, so sometimes I run about 3 miles across the beach (AND 3 MILES BACK), and I love doing it in the morning (not too early, but around 8 at the earliest, usually 9) because I also get a view of the Boston skyline and it's a beautiful sight especially around sunrise or just a little after it. Lots of other runners/joggers as well, mostly those who also live near the beach. It's not super crowded either compared to the evening when EVERYONE comes to the beach and it gets real crowded.
I have an elliptical in my apartment too, and weights, so I spend about 20-25 minutes on the elliptical and about 15-20 minutes using weights, depending on how much time I have because I don't plan on "wasting" my free weekend days just exercising and do other stuff too
I'll admit though, unlike most people who say they go on strict diets and don't eat junk food for months, I'm not that kind of guy...
I usually try to limit the junk food in my life too, but it's hard at times, especially being a college student. I sometimes "treat" myself to a Dunkin Donuts Iced Coffee, or have a nice lunch or dinner with friends either at college or in my hometown, but it's not like I do it daily. Maybe 2-3 times a week.
But I've lived a very healthy life, and never missed a day of school in middle and high school due to sickness or anything Now the irony, as I type this, I'm having Cookies and Cream Ice Cream..