Yes take that fish oil better in liquid form :( but some does not taste so bad and maybe check out a good magnesium citrate.
About the best nutrition book I have ever read is "Protein Power lifespan": Michael and Marie Eaded M.D.
(coach rip at crossfit)
Starting Strength is a unique approach to coaching weight training, written by coaches and designed specifically for training beginners. Learn how to effectively and safely coach the basic core lifts and their programming in an easy to do,step-by-step process. Featuring the most heavily illustrated exercise chapters in print, Starting Strength shows the reader not only how to teach the lifts, but how to recognize and correct technique errors. The book features flip animations of each exercise performed correctly, along with practical interpretations of coaching theory, and the anatomical,physiological, and mechanical principles of training. It will help prepare coaches and personal trainers to be more effective strength and conditioning professionals.
(awesome body weight stuff)
Never Gymless is dedicated to home-based workouts which negate the need for a fully equipped gym.
Learn about bodyweight exercise for strength, endurance, and speed. Supplemental exercises with resistance bands are also included, as well as a simplified nutritional strategy for lifelong health and athletic performance.