The Locker Room™

Welcome to The Locker Room™, the social heartbeat of THE PROTEIN WORKS™. This exclusive area belongs to you, our customers, offering a wealth of information on training tips, diet, supplementation and a whole lot more!

There are three main areas. Firstly, you can chat about just about anything on the Forums and get advice and opinions from the wider TPW™ Community. Next, you can read the Blogs created by beginners, pro athletes and everyone in between. Finally, there is our ever growing Articles section written by experts in health & fitness, offering a free resource for you to tap in to.

And the best part, as a TPW™ customer you have 'access all areas' and contribute as much or as little as you like. Create your own blog, chat on the forums or submit an article, The Locker Room™ is here for you to use, pre or post training, to help you smash your own PB's.



  • The Perfect Pull-up

    By Andrew Whitley | 23 Aug 2014

    Pull-ups are the undisputed king. They're perfect for building back strength and shape as well as hitting the core and wrists. Commonly used as an indicator for performance, they are the manifestation of athleticism combined with aesthetics. Read on to learn...

  • Spice Up Your Life: Extracts to Kick Start Your Metabolism

    By TomButler1 | 21 Aug 2014

    Herbs and spices don't just add flavour to your meals. Many of which can have huge benefits to your metabolism and overall health. This article will outline some of most important spices to include in your diet, both savoury and sweet, and how they can be an...

  • Ladies Who Lift: Why Weights Won't Make You Massive

    By LouisProvis | 06 Aug 2014

    Many women - and it is mostly women - who are looking to improve their body composition are reluctant to lift weights, due only to the fear that it will make them bulky or otherwise "manly," whatever that means. Unless you've been injecting male...

  • Rest Days Done Right

    By LouisProvis | 03 Aug 2014

    Gym rats tend to fall into two categories when it comes to off-days. Group one paces the floor, twitching and bouncing off the walls, basically bicep curling their breakfast spoons and doing walking lunges on each walk to the bathroom. Group two goes all out...