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, to offer a free resource to tap into for our customers.

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 and chat on the forums via our 'Add Your Own' button. Or if you think you have the knowledge and passion we're after, apply to be part of our Write for TPW™ Team to have your articles featured on our site. The Locker Room™ is here for you to use, pre or post training, to help you smash your own PB's.


Forum posts


  • Rocky Road Truffles

    By AliceWearn | 10 Oct 2015

    These are a game changer. Chocolate covered, cream-cheese truffles that fit into your macros. These are an awesome, low calorie snack to have post-workout coming in at just 39 calories per truffle!


  • Choc Chip Cinnamon Pumpkin Bars

    By AliceWearn | 09 Oct 2015

    ITS OFFICIALLY AUTUMN! I have started arriving home from work cold, miserable and craving something warm and filling! So alas, the creation of my pumpkin blondies - all the feeling of warm, stodgy food without breaking the macro bank! ...

  • How Much Exercise Do We Need?

    By TPW Spartan | 07 Oct 2015

    New research has been published suggesting that the current government exercise guidelines of half an hour of moderate exercise per day may NOT be enough and that this should even be doubled to see any heart health improvements.


  • Refeed - Reaching Fat Loss Goals

    By AlexanderBrookes | 04 Oct 2015

    Feeling tired, hungry and the sensation of 'hitting a wall' when it comes to fat loss is extremely common. How individuals control these situations during the dieting process is what will determine the results.