Well...I can pull my finger off the table...but uh...not very high..it is minimal at best...and Craig`s test...not even if I pulled at it with my other hand...it is FIRMLY planted on the desk!
My feeling...you may not have been MADE for typing...but anyone can be taught or reprogrammed to achieve an average success at it. For me...it just took gradually building up over time. I took the time to type things from my head...knowing this is where I am stronger and faster. So I would type my jounral out in word...or I would write letters in Word...and this allowed my brain and fingers to work together...much like typing here in this forum. I am not forced to try to think about what I am typing and instead just allow my mind and my hands to work together...as extensions of each other...much as a pen works when you write. If I have to copy something...I slow it down a bit...but over time I have gotten faster at that because my mind is getting more use to just allowing my hands to be an extension of what it is thinking.
I think the hardest part is getting my BRAIN to slow down to the speed my hands can handle...and that does on occasion create cramping...cuz my brain works WAY too fast! If it were me...I would just say...focus on typing things already in your head...work on allowing your hands to just move...don`t think about them as much as you are thinking about what you are trying to type (if that makes any sense). Listen to what you are thinking about and not what your fingers are doing....mine seem to just go where they need to when I do this. And yes...find your own style...allow your fingers to do what is natural to THEM and you will probably find better results....at the very least...more comfortable results!