Curtis Schultz

Background

If you have grid iron dreams, competitive powerlifting aspirations, are interested in bodybuilding prep, or would like to try Bench Press only competitions. Coach "C's" underground operations take an in-depth look at training protocols, nutrition, and supplementation. Name: Curtis Schultz, aka Coach "C"

Powerlifting: 5 competitive years

Coach Schultz is IFPA Certified Sport Conditioning Specialist (SCS), IFPA Certified Professional Fitness Trainer (PFT), IFPA Certified Bodybuilding Instructor, a USWF Club Coach, and a member of the CSCCa, and AFCA.

Strength & Conditioning Coach: 20-plus years working at College or High School level athletes

Coaching (Football): 13 plus years and counting ( I've coached OL, DL, Inside and Outside Linebackers, Offensive and Defensive Coordinator, all on the NCAA, NAIA, JUCO and High School levels also as a Head Coach and Minor League team owner.)

Coaching (Track): Nolan Catholic (TX) Head Varsity Coach

Free lance Writer: 9-years and still counting (MuscleMag International, Ironman, Natural Bodybuilding & Fitness, and many others)

Coach "C" can be contacted at behind_the_iron@yahoo.com. He Also Has A Q&A Section: "Ask The Coach" at Athletes.com.

Articles

  • Developing Speed

    I have found out that speed is simply inherited. I mean, there are just some individuals who are born to run like a Cheetah. Is it genetics? Most likely, but everyone has some sort of genetic gift or potential.

  • Deadlifts: Learn Why The King Is Dead!

    Most people don't know how to perform this lift properly nor have I seen those certified personal trainers describe the movement properly to a novice lifter. Learn the secrets of the deadlift!

  • Power Athlete, 2nd Ed. - Part 4: Plyometric Drills For A Football Program.

    The following exercises are used for speed, agility and vertical jump improvements. They are essential for improvement on the football field. Try them out.

  • Hard Gainers Need To Eat Loads Of Food!

    If you want to turn heads when you walk into the gym and become a muscle bound freak instead of blending in with the crowd, then this is a quick and easy guide to eating big. Includes supplement stacks that work. Check it out!

  • An Interview With NPC Bodybuilder & Pastor Candy Canary.

    Special, is how I describe Candy Canary. She is a lot more than a classy female bodybuilder she is also a pastor. Learn more about her background, what she does as a pastor, how it effects her training and much more.

  • Want A Cup Of Coffee? See What Coffee Can Do For Your Training!

    This natural stimulant is in great demand and has benefited many athletes. Some studies show greater endurance and less fatigue

  • Become A Freak - Eat Extensive Loads Of Food!

    If you want to gain weight, you have to eat! If you want to get past those tags of being a hard gainer then keep reading. I've put together some eating tips on helping you achieve mass gains. Get started... right here!

  • Exercise Of The Week : One-Arm Dumbbell Rows!

    One-arm dumbbell rows emphasize the whole lat, the upper back, and the trap muscles. To learn more about this exercise and its variations continue right here.

  • An Interview With Buff Doll Melissa Dettwiller.

    Here is an interview with a great women, who, with the help of a great body, will try to get back a good name for female bodybuilders.

  • Exercise Of The Week : Seated Cable Rows.

    Seated Cable Rows emphasize muscles around the back including the lats, the erector spinae, rear delts, biceps, and forearm flexors. Continue below if you would like to learn more about the seated cable row and its variations.

  • Exercise Of The Week : Seated Cable Rows

    Seated Cable Rows emphasize muscles around the back including the lats, the erector spinae, rear delts, biceps, and forearm flexors. Continue below if you would like to learn more about the seated cable row and its variations.

  • The Football Player Of Today: A Grid Iron Machine!

    Football is probably the most physically demanding sport on the playing field today. It requires a combination of speed, strength, power, agility, and mental toughness. Read on to learn the facts from a strength and conditioning coach.

  • Exercise Of The Week: Pulldowns To The Front.

    Adapt the lat pulldown to the front in your own back training routine and watch your back get wider and wider. Never miss a back workout or any workout for that matter, and always remember, give me one more rep!

  • Exercise Of The Week: Dumbbell Flat Bench Presses.

    The main benefit of dumbbell presses, as opposed to barbell presses, is using dumbbells in this manner also allows for a greater stretch at the bottom and more efficient peak contraction at the top than a barbell press do.

  • Exercise Of The Week: Incline Barbell Bench Press.

    As a bodybuilder, the incline should also be the first exercise in chest training. Utilizing incline bar, smith machine incline bar, and incline dumbbell presses should be used for bodybuilding prep.

  • Exercise Of The Week: Incline Barbell Bench Press

    As a bodybuilder, the incline should also be the first exercise in chest training. Utilizing incline bar, smith machine incline bar, and incline dumbbell presses should be used for bodybuilding prep.

  • Exercise Of The Week: Flat Barbell Bench Press.

    The flat barbell bench press is the most common exercises used in the gym. It is the staple exercise for building muscle mass and strength in the chest. Learn more!

  • Family Of Muscle: A Day In The Life Of Muscle Couples!

    Nowadays it's hard to find the right mate. Especially when on the average married couples get divorced after only 3 years. Muscle couples share a marriage to the iron and a burning desire to realize the individual potential. Let's take a look at some...

  • Amy Peters: Hot & Sexy Hard Body!

    Amy is getting ready for the upcoming New York Pro Figure competition and took out some time from prepping to talk to Bodybuilding.com readers again, so let's find out what this hard figure is up to?

  • Raise The Plate For Shoulder Development!

    Shoulder development is very important, and so is shoulder strength. Take the front delts for instance. They area important muscle for most pressing movements. Learn why...