I'm sure a good number of folks here (including myself) were beginning drummers well before YouTube existed, but I'm coming back to drumming after a long break of well over 15 years and could use some help. I'm finding that certain aspects of playing have come rushing back very quickly, while with others it's been difficult to break the rust loose. In particular, disconnecting my right foot from my other limbs has been a big challenge. Years ago I used to be able to lay down a pretty fair Fool In The Rain shuffle beat, but now, yikes. It's a big mess of my right hand trying to follow my bass drum foot at all costs and when I try to add in the ghost notes on the snare, forget about it. I'm open to any effective exercises / videos that are focused on hand / foot independence and work well for you. I think I sort of powered through it via perseverance when I was younger and more pliable, but my brain is much more stubborn nowadays. Thanks.