PRINCETON — There are six gyms in Princeton with over 5,000 members, every one of those members with their own fitness and nutritional goals.

As of Tuesday, those fitness and nutritionally-minded people now have a place to go to meet their nutritional needs as What’s Supp Nutrition and Fitness opened up at 702 Thorn Street.

Owner and operator Donald “Matt’’ Hodock said Monday, “I work out quite a bit and am a cross fitter and former personal trainer. I used to have to order my vitamins and supplements on-line. That’s why I opened the store.”

The store, he said, carries a large assortment of vitamins, minerals and nutritional supplements, including proteins and amino acids.

“I’ve also got healthy alternative snacks and foods and sell fitness apparel, “ he said.

He added, “I’m providing a faith-based service where people can hang out in a safe way, plus also provide service not only to fitness enthusiasts but to anyone who wants to get healthy by just walking in and picking what they need.”

Hodock concluded by saying, “Hopefully, (What’s Supp) will serve a community that has six gyms and over 5,000 members in those gyms.’

The store’s hours are 9 a,m, to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday. The phone number is 681-282-5415

If you know of a business that may be featured as Business of the Week, call the Princeton Times at 304-327-2811 or contact Jeff Harvey at delimartman@yahoo.com; he may also be reached on Facebook. Businesses may be private or public, locally-owned or a franchise. Businesses in the Princeton Times circulation areas will be given priority, with new businesses, older businesses which have not been featured and businesses which have relocated or undergone other changes given special priority.

Recommended for you