Developing hand coordination is a common struggle for many pianists. 

The most important habit to establish for building hand coordination is to count while you play. 

The rhythmic interplay of two hands becomes quickly mastered when you learn to count which beats each finger plays on. 

Practice counting subdivision (1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and), etc.

It requires patience and it requires that you slow down enough to figure out the details. 

Many students blindly keep repeating passages of music, or drilling hands independently because they do not want to face the discomfort of counting and figuring out how the hands overlap.

Embrace the challenge! Do the real work, don't look for a shortcut or magic pill. 

We recommend the following courses to improve your hand coordination: