Lawyer Blogs His Boxing Bouts
When last I checked in with Chicago lawyer Steven D. Imparl, it was 2005, two years after his 40th birthday and his launch of the blog Steve's Midlife Crisis and three years after his creation of the Web site MaleDepression.com. Both sites continue in full force today. Meanwhile, Imparl has taken up yet another extra-legal interest, boxing, and, needless to say, he has launched yet another blog to chronicle it, Lawyer-boxer's Blog.
Recent entries chart Imparl's training regimen (up to an hour of roadwork, followed by multiple rounds of shadowboxing, bag boxing, stretching and sit-ups) and provide homages to fighters, gyms and the "joy of fighting." He started his boxing blog two years ago, writing at the time, "I created this blog to chronicle my adventures in the Sweet Science and to share links to news and opinion articles, other boxing sites and blogs, and some of my own writing about the 'manly art of self-defense.'"
For someone who started out blogging on topics of depression and midlife crisis, Imparl produces an impressive array of output. He also created the sites Blog Law Guy, Guy Tools, Imparl.com, Internet Law: The Complete Guide, SteveWiki and The Manly Teas and found time to author a three-volume treatise on Internet law. In blogging terms, that all add up to a TKO.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on July 30, 2008 at 12:17 PM | Permalink
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