You never know until you try.
I think that most players don't check raise enough, or they do it with the wrong hands.
Think about these boards and what a good check raising range might look like:
button raises 2 big blinds, only the big blind calls.
Once you establish a read that the opponent likes to cbet a lot, then I like check raising ranges like this:
flop1: 77, 22, K7s, 98s(backdoor flush draw), T8s(bdfd).
flop2: 99, 87s, JT, J9s, AQ.
flop3: 66, 55, K6s, K5s, 87s.
flop4: 88, Q8s, A8, K8s, J8s, T8s, 98s, 87s, JT, J9s, T9s.