New in town: Core Health Club | Business



Nate and Kate Strehle own and operate the Core Health Club, located at 130 N. Main St. in West Point. Strehle, a 2008 graduate of Guardian Angels Central Catholic, played football at Wesleyan University in Nebraska, where he majored in health and fitness and received a minor in sports and facilities management.

“I had a passion for exercise and training,” Strehle said. As the youngest son of Rita and Greg Strehle with a sister and older brothers, “we always played sports. We had fun competing with each other.

After graduating in 2012, he became a personal trainer at the Aspen Athletic Club in Omaha, then transferred to Kansas City in 2013. There he served as manager of two fitness clubs.

Strehle met his wife, Kate, who was taking a group fitness class.

“She fell in love with group fitness and became a certified group instructor,” he said.

The couple married in September 2015 and moved to Omaha in December 2015, where Strehle was the general manager of Gold’s Gym. When Gold’s Gym was purchased by Genesis Health Club, Strehle continued with Genesis until the couple decided to return to West Point in October 2020.

“I have always had a passion for fitness. We started planning to open our own health club three years ago. We knew we wanted to come back to West Point to be closer to our family and raise our kids here, ”he said.

Company Profile: Core Health Club is a gym and physical fitness center, empowering people of all ages, fitness levels and backgrounds to improve their health and fitness.

With cardiovascular fitness, strength training, group classes and personal training, clients will have the guidance and support they need to achieve their goals. The company’s vision is to create a healthier community and to achieve it together, as a community.

Members are encouraged to train with family and friends. Sports performance-based courses allow student-athletes to improve their athletic performance, making them more competitive. Personal training programs are available for those who need additional guidance with program design and motivation.

Core Health Club has a golf simulator with over 40 simulated golf courses. Customers can book for half an hour up to two hours with up to four players.

The Group Fitness Studio is where the high / low fitness, boot camp, barbell, barbell and strength training classes will be held for a maximum of 20 people in each class. There is cardio equipment with TVs. The second floor has changing rooms with showers and bathroom, as well as weight training equipment with bikes and rowers and a Kids’ Club corner.

The Kids’ Club is a paid playroom for children under 12 while parents are in the building. Children are supervised by certified guides in CPR. A separate and closed area is available for children under 1 years old.

Opening date: Core Health Club will open on February 1.

Opening hours: The opening hours of the Kids Club are Monday to Thursday, 8 am to noon and 4 pm to 8 pm; Friday and Saturday, 8 am to noon; close on Sunday.

About the location: The Core Health Club gym / fitness center is located one block west of the highway 275 stoplight at the corner of Main and Park streets in the building Bauman history from the turn of the century.

The century-old building once housed the Bauman department store, known as “the corner department store”. One corner of the second floor had a Norfolk WJAG radio station setup. Later it was the home of Bracht Furniture.

“When the building became available Dan Bracht contacted us,” Strehle said. “We did the design and between Brachts and us, we decided to bring the building back to life. “

With hard work, the Strehles brought back the building to the original brick walls, classic white columns, stripped down wood floors, and accentuated the tin ceiling on the ground floor. The storefront windows and some second story windows have been replaced.



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