Background: Overweight is a disproportionate nutritional status between intake and energy expenditure that leading such health problems. Its features that arise in adolescence tend to continue in adults and the elderly. Nutritional status in adolescents can indicate the level of dietary issues occur â€“ namely daily intake problems in adolescents in which one of them can be described from breakfast consumption. Fulfillment of intake in those students can affect weight, but other things that need to be considered is about their physical activities such as jogging. Jogging itself is included in cardio exercises (cardiovascular) or often called aerobic exercise. The great benefit of cardio in addition to improving fitness is to increase fat burning in the process of weight loss. Aim: The study aims to evaluate the effects of jogging and breakfast consumption on the alternation of weight in overweight students. Methods: This research is a kind of analytical quasi-experimental design with pre-test and post-test control group design. This study was conducted by grouping it into the treatment group and the control group for 12 weeks. The statistical test uses independent samples t-test to compare the average of either jogging and breakfast consumption influenced the weight changes. Results: The research shows that the body weight changes on the students before and after treatment were differed significantly (p= 0,023). Conclusion: There is a difference in the effect of breakfast consumption compared to the setting of breakfast consumption by jogging against weight changes in overweight adolescents.