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.



  • Dealing With Lifting-Related Pain

    By LouisProvis | 27 Jul 2014

    Pain in the muscles and the joints can be, well, a pain. We have all experienced it, and it's usually a sign that we need to ease off. However, sometimes it is simply indicative of our long-term commitment to the iron, or symptomatic of planned (and warranted...

  • Eating Fat Does Not Always Make You Fat

    By HannahVince | 20 Jun 2014

    I heard this the other day and loved it - it is so true. Although I hate the word 'fat', the phrase stuck with me and made me think. So often, I see people fear foods that contain 'fat' because they think they will get 'fat' as a consequence. However, so many...

  • Underrated Resistance Exercises (Part 2)

    By LouisProvis | 20 Jun 2014

    PART 2: Triceps, Back, Midsection, Glutes. In part 1 we looked at my underrated exercises for shoulders, chest and biceps. Now it's time for some more unconventional and underrated exercises, one body part at a time.

    Triceps: V-bar push-down...

  • Underrated Resistance Exercises (Part 1)

    By LouisProvis | 20 Jun 2014

    PART 1: Shoulders, Chest, Biceps. Bodybuilding is, as most sports are at the most involved level, utterly loaded with dogmatism. We are forever told that A, B, or C are the "best" way to build muscle, even when they are mutually exclusive approaches...