I agree with NCgirl, but I would add that maybe you should change things up and work each body part once/week along with decreasing cardio to maybe 2-3x/week for around 15-20 minutes. You are going to have a very hard time bulking when you are only consuming 2200 cals/day and doing that much cardio. Try to get 200-250 g protein, 350-450 g of clean carbs, and 60-80 grams fat per day (mostly from EFA's). You can adjust from there, but it seems that you are probably a hardgainer that needs a considerable amount of calories to gain weight.
Oh, well in that case, maybe try a little less. And also, try to increase gradually, maybe go to like 2300 for a few days, then 2400, then 2500, etc. up to maybe 3000. If you feel you are putting on too much fat or gaining too quickly, simply stay at your current calorie level until you plateau. My preference for staying lean while gaining is about 50% protein, 25% carbs, and 25% fat. Give that a shot if you wish, but either way, increase your calories a bit and slightly decrease, but don't eliminate, cardio