SPRING, Texas — Conner Weigman wanted to meet at his gym, but he provided an address on Rhodes Road that led to an industrial complex — a bunch of businesses and storage facilities that housed such things as trucks, construction materials and even margarita machines rented out to restaurants and nightclubs. It had to be a mistake.
No, Weigman urged. You have to look past the parking lot filled with commercial trucks and drive through a small, unmarked road that weaves around the large garages. That’s where you would find him.
And there he was, on the other side of an open garage door, sitting on a bench situated next to a bunch of weightlifting equipment and a performance treadmill. A small glass door with the words “It Can Be Done” faces the parking lot, but if that garage were closed, you’d never know what happens in that small building.
“This is where all the work gets put in,” Weigman said.