Weightlifting & Exercise/Muscle/Weight Gain

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I am a male and in my mid twenties. I have been very thin my whole life. I am trying to gain muscle/gain weight as much as I can in the next two months and be proportional. Can you recommend a program for me assuming that I am available to exercise every day for the next two months. I will plan to continue after these two months as well.
Thanks.

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John,
I'm sorry this answer may be coming to you too late. The one thing you want to try for quick weight gain is a high calorie diet with limited weight training. Squatting, benching and deadlifting once a week each with high volume (sets x reps) would be the quickest way to put on weight/muscle in the shortest period of time.

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Nilo Lins

Expertise

Questions I can answer: Use of the Olympic lifts in sports specific training. Use of resistance training in sports specific, fat loss, body composition improvement. Motor pattern corrections via proprioception improvements. Fundamental uses of free weights, medicine balls,stability balls, etc.

Experience

I have been a personal trainer in Orange County, CA since 1983. I have trained numerous athletes at all levels including Gold Medalists, World Champions, and NCAA All Americans.

Organizations
National Strength and Conditioning Assoc. since 1999, United States America Weightlifting

Publications
Goheavy.com

Education/Credentials
NSCA-CPT,*D, USAW Sports Performance Coach I have been certified since 1995 (1995-1998 with NASM)

Awards and Honors
Saddleback College 1979 Dean's List

Past/Present Clients
Steve Hegg (Gold Medalist 1984 Olympics Match Sprint Cycling), Kirk McCaskill (Major League Baseball), Rudy Dvorak (AVP NCAA All American), Scott Friedrichsen (AVP NCAA All American), Charlie Clark (US Triathlon 1985 TX State Champion)

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