I would back off the exercise and closely manage your diet. Exercising can make you hungrier, thus making it harder to make good choices with your diet. Calories in/calories out has been proven time and time again that it doesn't exactly work that way. Exercise is great for keeping healthy, but for weight loss it's not the magic ticket. It's what you put in your mouth.I would shift to a higher protein, lower carb diet. This will keep you fuller longer, and reduce your insulin levels (which will help you lose fat, as well as water weight).For example:Day 1Breakfast - Scrambled EggsSnack - Greek yogurtLunch - Grilled chicken and a side salad.Snack - handful of almondsDinner - Fish (non battered) with a non-starchy veggie such as broccoli, green beans, asparagus etc. Stay far far away from white breads and potatoes.