Hmm...I don't even know what my body fat range is, but I'm 5"11, 175lbs. Seems pretty normal for my height.By getting toned do you mean with very low body fat like 5-10 percent range? I would start with nutrition.
My routine is: 2 days upper body, 2 days lower body, 2 days legs, and 1 day cardio. I usually run about 15 minutes each session to warm up.I also work abs every other day. Each routine takes about an hour-hour and a half. Its critical that if you plan on working out every day that you make sure you're using good form. If you workout out that often and don't have good form, you will be very susceptible to injuries. And trust me, it sucks having to take time off for an injury when it helps so much mentally, not to mention physically too.
Get a good routine+form by working with a trainer or visting www.bodybuilding.com.
A friend suggested protein mix, but I just drink slimfast. He also recommended a creatine powder called Cell-Tech. I may check it out, though I haven't had a problem recovering from my works-outs now that I've made them a regular routine.I'm taking this semester off from school because of depression caused by social anxiety. Since I have so much free time on my hands I started lifting one day. Ever since then I've created an amazing routine with the help from people on bodybuilding.com and also take a few supplements (muscle milk, 100%whey, and animal pump) which are not only great for working out but are healthy for your diet.