How to Identify Your Weak Points in a Lift, especially good posts on weak bench presses.
Add 20-40 Pounds to Your Bench Press the older version of the MM2K workout plan that really works--I added 20 pounds in seven weeks--courtesy of F. (Red) Auld. Or if you want the newest version, try this link How to Increase Your Bench Press by 50 Pounds . If you don't like Adobe Acrobat, I have the entire bench table grid in a simple gif file instead, called MM2K Bench Workout Table.
Speaking of the bench press, How to Use Leg Strength in the Bench Press.
Jason "Deepsquatter" Brunell wrote an excellent guide on How to Do a Correct Squat.
Here's a discussion on How to Stretch.
A collection of posts on How to Determine Your One Rep Max
David Sandler's Excellent Article on the Biomechanics of the Sticking Point in the Bench Press
Dr. Fred Hatfield's famous Doctor Squat's Guide to the Squat and Its Many Variations.
Alecksandros Alexopoulos' article (and Tom McCollough's rebuttal) on How to Determine the Best Rest Time Between Sets
The Best Stance for Deadlifts: Sumo or Conventional?,
a review of some studies by Tom McCollough and with some comments by other
How to Measure Leg Strength, by Tom McCoullough,
With Suggested Strength Ratio between Hams and Quads.
How to Weight Train for Teens by Mel Siff and Mike Postollec.