Nutrition Camp – September 12, 2020, Chicago, IL


Starting Strength Nutrition Camp featuring the Weights & Plates Nutritional Linear Progression.

Nutrition Coach: Robert Santana

Date & Location:
Saturday, September 12, 2020
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Chicago Strength & Conditioning
5354 W Devon Ave
Chicago, IL 60646
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Come join fellow Starting Strength Coach and Registered Dietitian Robert Santana for the Starting Strength Nutrition Camp.

Attendees can expect

  • A discussion of basic nutritional concepts, including energy balance and macro- and micronutrient balance.
  • An approach that takes into account training considerations and the underlying theory behind nutritional manipulations to optimize performance for the strength trainee. Training considerations for lifters at various levels of advancement will be discussed in depth.
  • A group consult session where attendees will learn how to effectively measure and/or estimate portion sizes, read food labels, and properly use smartphone apps to manage nutrition. This will include the application of the Weights & Plates’ Nutrition Linear Progression to provide attendees with habit based goals to aim for in their quest towards optimizing strength, nutrition, and health!


Robert Santana is a Registered Dietitian, Starting Strength Coach, and owner and head strength & nutrition coach at Weights & Plates Strength & Nutrition Center in Phoenix, AZ. For the past 17 years Robert has developed and refined his knowledge, skills, and experiences through both higher education and practical experience. Robert holds both a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Master of Science in Kinesiology. He has extensive experiences as a lecturer, nutrition coach, strength coach, and competitive lifter. He built upon his foundational knowledge by providing effective nutrition coaching in conjunction with teaching and coaching the barbell lifts through application of the Starting Strength model to help clients achieve their performance and/or body composition goals. Robert has worked with a variety of clients both recreational and competitive CrossFitters, strengthlifters, and powerlifters as well as a wide range of clinical populations. Robert’s commitment to helping individuals to improve their quality of life by optimizing their nutritional status while getting stronger under the barbell. His commitment and passion is to help develop stronger and healthier human beings over the long haul.