Thanks Herc! I was wondering when someone might comment on my log!
Don't sweat it, John. Sometimes the number of logs and journals in here is overwhelming, you just can't read them all. When one stands out, you dive in. I went through a one-armed period a little while back after a bike accident. I had to deal with a concussion as well as a separated shoulder. Concussions do all sorts of weird things to your motor skills and strength, sometimes even with a boomerang effect. But I'll tell you one thing for sure: when your body is already familiar with the gym, it's faster and easier to heal when stuff sets you back. For that reason, you're moving at warp speed compared to most of America. Hell, you're ten times stronger injured than a "normal" guy is when he's well. Your body already knows what to do, all you have to do is get out of your own way and watch the horse run! (I said that last part with a South Carolina accent thanks to some SC friends of mine. Hope you heard it.)
PS: Watch out for those healing spasms that cramp you up in the middle of the day for no reason at all, like when you open a door or brush your hair. Suck-o-rama.