Is this Kody? Regardless, then welcome to the forums! As for increasing your coordination, you might think about taking a dancing class at college. You won't see improvement immediately, but if you stick with it you'll get better soon enough. Alternatively, you can just keep drilling the basic movements. One of the basics you NEED TO MASTER to get better coordination is quadrupedal movement (or QM). It's literally just crawling around on your hands and feet.
Here's a good QM progression:Step 1:
Begin with a simple bear crawl motion. Continue this until you're comfortable, let's say until you can do it for 1 minute without getting winded. Think about moving gracefully, and try to keep your torso parallel with the ground.Step 2:
This is basically the same idea (graceful movement, torso parallel to the ground) except it's faster and at a different angle. Rather than going in a straight line, you body will be at a 45 degree angle according to the direction of your movement. Again, practice this movement until you're comfortable doing it for 1:00Step 3:
This is much harder to do, and it's recommended that you have a lot of experience with steps 1 and 2 before moving onto this. This is identical to a kong vault, except you're on flat ground. Explode outward, then bunch up to land on your feet, then explode outward again.Step 4:
This is my new favorite warmup. Once you have the basics of QM down, you can beging to string them together a la this video. Let yourself be creative, and try to flow gracefully from one direction or body movement into the next. Once you get to the point where you can begin training in this way (probably after MONTHS of work), you will see your coordination increase exponentially.
I hope this helps! Keep at it.