This is not a weight training forum. If you look at the top it specifically states "Heart disease community".
However, I can offer you some advice on body building.
My advice is forget it. Lifting weights is not good for the heart because this type of exercise is anerobic. This means the body burns oxygen quicker than the heart can cope. Aerobic is much better because you develop the heart with the body and become fit. I remember when I worked in the building trade. One man was working with weights to try and make the manual labour tasks easier. In about a year he looked like a gorilla with huge arms and chest. I let my muscles and body develop naturally to the tasks. The more weights he did, the more unfit he became because he had no stamina. If you looked at us side by side you would lay money on him being the better built for the job but I was running circles around him. If we lifted something heavy, it was easier for him for the first few seconds, but after holding the object in the air for one minute his arms were shaking and the blood vessels in his face looked like they were going to burst. His heart couldnt cope with his muscle mass because it was not trained. He got to like the look of his body so much in the end that he couldn't give it up. Have you ever seen a body builder doing olympic track events? they would have a heart attack.
I’ve been working out for many years now, and i want to know how I can tone my body better without losing a large portion of weight, mostly my chest and midsection? I’m 6ft 198lbs I would like to be around 195 but in much better “shape”. My diet ***** and i’m trying to work on it, but I work out at the gym 2-3 times a week lifting weights and running. I dont run a whole bunch though, would that help my problem or will that just make me lose wieght?