Maybe an officer?
Don't forget though that in the military bodyweight exercises are what most of your PT will consist of. It's fine and probably a good idea to put on some meat before you leave for basic/AIT, but also spend some time getting familiar with bodyweight exercises. Learn how to do the pushup (and variations), pullup, situps, flutterkicks etc.
Especially during basic you will be put through lots of muscle endurance (getting the shit smoked out of you). If you prepare by only doing weight training, you won't have the stamina to knock out 50+ pushups repeatedly.
What I suggest (and did) was start to taper my training more towards the military focused stuff about the last 4-6 weeks out. Go and find some good pullup, pushup, and situp (yes people have to do situps!) training articles and get to know the tricks of how to push yourself through the high reps.
If you go to military.com, Stew Smith has some great articles on preparing for boot camp etc.
A kick ass workout he advocates is a pushup, pullup, situp, 400m sprint circuit.
The goal is 200 pushups, 100 pullups, and 300 situps total. You do these three exercises in succession, followed by a 400m sprint. Take a short rest and repeat until you reach the total's.
Good luck, and make sure you at least go Airborne. [/quote
I haven't neglected the PT aspect. Im at around a 270 total on my apft right now, maxing everthing but those damn situps haha. Could always be better though. Pullups and it's variations are a big part of my routine as well, weighted and bodyweight. And to answer a few questions I am 19 YOA and have no college education, scored a AFQT score of 95, however I plan on attending school full time after my first enlistment. I am striving for an 11x/option 40 contract(Ranger)