Practice the basics that will stand to you best we all get ahead of ourselves and try to run before we can walk. I used to be attempting stuff that was say a difficulty of say a 7 when I was capable of 4. I would consider myself a experienced player but it is basic stuff I practice most of the time. So some good things that are always good to practice on a regular basis are going through the different note values say two bars of each quarter to eight to sixteenth to eight triplets. After a while 32s and 16th triplets. To a click slow this is a good discipline and something I always practice. Another one is a simple 8th note beat and try moving stuff around on the bar line eg accent the + on th hi hat move the snare from 2 to the + of 2 or the + of 4. Move bass drum to the + of 1 or the 4e etc. Helps to develop a sense of each note on the bar and to develop independence. Try to be able to accent different notes in different note values like the trip of 1 trip let. I find this kind of stuff practical and useful. Also learn beats that are common like shuffles Texas and Chicago etc disco , the country train beat and basic jazz patterns each command different things and some good videos on YouTube for each . The more difficult stuff starts to happen without you even realising so don't force it. Hope this is of some help.