Hi, I'm a french phd student in mathematics and I like piano. I think that train to write fluidly on keyboard can be instructive for my piano playing. I hope to reach 160/180 WPM soon (it's about my max speed, but I still cannot manage to maintain it). Now, I must improve the fluidity of my wrists, of my thumbs and of my little fingers. My thumbs and pinky fingers are trigger fingers (they move abruptly in some weak angles, so it is truly hard to be precise with it), for instance it's to make the ^ and ù with my pinky properly without losing time and the control of my hand. But I believe I can correct this trigger fingers by doing some little motions to reequilibrate the muscles. Moreover, my phalanx are a bit rigid ; I do not know how to deal with this.
03/30/2019 : Created my account on 10fastfingers. I was about at 110/120 WPM.
08/13/2019 : I've reached 160 WPM, with my 10 fingers (my pinky fingers are now better, but still improvable ; my wrists are still a little rigid).
10/13/2019 : I've reached 170 WPM. Still the same problem for the wrists. I realised that I am faster and more accurate when I use the wrists to put some weight on the clavier. Same problem for the phalanx and the pinkies.
Next goal : 180.
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