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My shoulder is definitely getting better, but I'm still not training. I found out, sort of by accident, that I missed a test while I've been gone. At first I was pretty upset, but on further reflection, I've accepted the fact that I simply could not have done it while my shoulder is healing. The last test was hard enough on it.
I showed the therapist some ukemi a week or so ago. She was then able to give me some exercises that will help with the movements we do when we fall. I'm looking forward to getting back into training, but I'm apprehensive too. We'll see how it goes.