Paul Carter

Background

Paul Carter is a strength hypertrophy coach and the founder of Lift-Run-Bang, an online coaching website. He has written for T-Nation, Muscle and Fitness, Flex Magazine, and Bodybuilding.com. Paul is also the co-author of "Maximum Muscle Bible."

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Articles

  • Kick Cardio To The Curb. Do Conditioning Like This Instead.

    Sorry to burst your bubble, but the reason 90 percent of you are on the treadmill is both wrong and ineffective. That goes for HIIT, too! Stop wasting your time, and start maximizing your results with this simple protocol.

  • Get Crazy Strong Squatting And Pulling Every Other Week

    There's more than one way to grow. If high-frequency training has you burned out, try this low-volume, high-intensity way to build serious strength and muscle.

  • How Social Media Killed The Bulk...And Your Gains

    Not everyone has to go old-school bulk to gain mass. But at a certain time in your life, there's no replacement for it. Here's how to make the most of your anabolic peak, even if it costs you some likes along the way!

  • The Program To Bring Your Deadlift To Life!

    This once-a-week program provides a sustainable, progressive approach to yanking heavy weights off the ground. In eight weeks, a new PR is on the way!

  • Jacked In 3: 4-Week Muscle-Building Plan

    Serious muscle in just three sessions a week? Yes, its possible. This program could revolutionize your lifting life!

  • The Nutritional Keys To Staying Jacked After 40

    You can still earn impressive results in midlife and beyond, but it won't happen without making the right choices. Lift, eat like this, and you'll set yourself on the path to success!

  • 3 Simple Moves To Build An Insanely Strong Backside

    Your glutes and hamstrings don't need expensive equipment or complicated protocols. Just give them these three moves, and you'll add size and strength where it counts.

  • 4 New Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Spotter

    If your lifter is just standing there watching you during every set, you're wasting a valuable opportunity. Put them to good work with these brutal intensity-boosting techniques!