Would you rather your son/daughter learn from a MLB coach.....or who they're currently learning from?
Taken from MLB Hitting Coordinator Mike Brumley's 8 Step Sequence: The 1 Easy Drill for Increasing Contact
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During practice your kid has a beautiful swing, but in games he/she’s not making consistently hard contact…
...or perhaps very little contact at all.
It’s not that your kid has a hole in their swing or can’t hit….it’s that something has changed.
One thing that changes drastically from batting practice to live arm is one word:
During practice, it’s pretty easy to get the barrel to the point of contact...
...with a good or bad swing.
But here’s the secret used by the big leaguers:
If you want to CONSISTENTLY barrel up pitches during the game, you have to have a swing that allows for your timing to be less than perfect.
As Mike Brumley (former Major Leaguer and professional coach for over 30 years describes it:
" The key is how do we create length out of that contact point. And not some small window of contact point where mu tming has to be almost perfect. I've seen guys really crash their back side in to contact, man if that ball is kinda in the right spot and the stars line up for that particular moment. man i've seen guys crush balls. And people are like "Oh he just crushes balls".
Yeah he is crushing sorta that one location, and the pseed has to be just right. But change that location, put a little movement on it....I don't know.
" The key is how do we create length out of that contact point. And not some small window of contact point where my timing has to be almost perfect.
I've seen guys really crash their back side in to contact, and if that ball is kinda in the right spot and the stars line up for that particular location, man I've seen guys crush balls. And people are like "Oh he just crushes balls". Yeah he's crushing that ONE location, and that ONE speed. But change that location, put a little movement on it....I don't know."
Believe me guys, this is gold.
I played in college and in the minor leagues and my results were COMPLETELY at the mercy of my timing.
If my timing was on...I was good!
If my timing was off, well, I wasn't getting hits that day.
Keeping my barrel in the zone longer was a concept that that I *kinda* understood, but didn't have any tools to actually help me IMPROVE my swing path.
For me, my location was middle in.
You throw it there, I'm gonna hit it pretty hard to Left or Center.
But if you threw the exact same pitch on the outer half....
...I was a surefire roll over to short stop/ third base.
And my coaches and I mostly took the stance of "This game is hard. You're not gonna hit them all well."
Which is truuuuuee.....
There was a flaw in my swing that was going unaddressed.
And if your son/daughter seems to ONLY make solid contact on one particular speed...
....or to one particular side of the field
then they've got a problem too.
And it may not catch up with them today (mine didn't fully catch up with me until pro ball)
...but it's coming.
Unless you address the problem now.
Imagine how much more success your kid could have if we could dramatically reduce the importance of the career-killing timing element...
allowing your kid to keep their barrel - not their bat but their barrel - in a GREAT hitting position regardless of whether they're late, on time or early?
For the first time in my life
(which really stinks because I WISH I had encountered this when I was a player)
there's a LEGIT hitting system used coming from one of the most CREDIBLE coaches alive on this topic.
Never before have we gotten the people who really know their stuff...
...not these guru's who claim to have it all figured out
...but rather a guy who has spent a lifetime experimenting with what works...
what doesn't at helping hitters to be successful at all levels.
This system has been proven to dramatically help players at the youth level....
...15 year MLB vets...
...and this WILL work for your child as well.
My goal as founder of Baseball Notes has always been to provide the absolute BEST instruction I could find.
Not, hey let me tell you everything about hitting, pitching, the universe, etc...
...but rather find the very best people alive at what they do, and share it with you.
And Mike wouldn't like me typing this, but he's one of the brightest hitting minds alive.
(The brightest I've ever encountered, and I've had a lot of good coaches)
While 99% of the coaches out there are throwing darts at the "buzzword dartboard"...
Uh..."Hands inside the ball."
"Fire the hips"
I have found a guy who has a system that ACTUALLY works.
Proven at all levels.
I mean, ssionals go to in order to get better.
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