Want to learn the simple and proven hitting sequence from a professional hitting coach?

Taken from MLB Hitting Coordinator Mike Brumley's 8 Step Sequence:

The 1 Easy Drill for Increasing Contact

Cool story:

This past January my son was in the middle of an eight week, twice a week baseball training camp at a nearby academy that my friend runs.

This particular session was for 8-12 year olds, but there were HS and College aged hitters working out in other cages.

So when it was my son's turn to hit, do agilities, goof off, etc., I'd watch him.

But otherwise, I really enjoyed watching the older hitters and see what they're doing.

And so we're about 6 weeks in, and at one point I notice a high school kid walk in.

Skinny.  No hat.  Shorts on.

Probably 5"10", 150lbs.

Nothing remarkable.  Totally regular dude.

So my head is on a swivel between watching my son and this new kid take warm up swings.

Left-handed hitter...

And this dude...


I mean, I seriously couldn't take my eyes off of him.

And it wasn't so much that he was killing the ball...

(which he most certainly was)

...but what struck me was how CLEAN his swing looked.

It's the word that kept coming up time and time again in my mind when I tried to put my finger on what I was looking at.


So I look at the hitting coach he's working with, and this guy has a gray goatee and is sporting a beanie...

...and wore batting gloves the whole time.

I'm like, "Who is this dude?"

So anyway, after the kid was done getting loose, he switched to a short bat (about 25")

Then he proceeded to go through a sequence that I had never seen before:

Short bat, long bat


One hand, two hands

Check swings, full swings.

So I'm like, "Hmmm... what are they doing?"

At first I wanted to be pessimistic about all of the different drills.

But seeing how money this kid's swing was....

I just became so curious about it.  

I mean, I played in HS, JC, two D1's and Pro...

and hadn't encountered many of these drills they were using.

Right about then my son's session was over for the night and tells me something about him being hungry and asks if I saw him win the bear crawl race or something...

(Uhh...yeah son!  Totally saw that.  Good work!  :)

So we leave.

The next day comes, and that lesson was still on my mind.

I couldn't shake it.

So I call my buddy Brian, who runs the academy.

"Hey man, you know that left handed kid that was getting a lesson last night?  High school age, no hat.  Had shorts on"

"Yeah I know who you're talking about.  Adam."

And I'm like, "I have to ask, is that kid....good?"

He seemed confused by the question.  So I'm like, "I'm so used to watching the little guys that maybe this is just what most high school hitters look like, but last night I couldn't stop watching him.  So, is he good?"

He laughed, and he said "No, he's a good player.  He's a freshmen and he'll be an early commit next year to a D1 program.  He's good.

So after briefly talking about how crazy it is that plays can/must commit so early, we hung up.

And a minute later I was like, "I should have asked about the coach".

You see, at the time, I was putting together the Youth Baseball Summit, which was a series of interviews of some of the brightest minds in the game.

(We had Steve Springer, Alan Jaeger, Nate Trosky...awesome teachers)

And I thought about finding out more about this local hitting dude - but I already had a full slate of hitting guys booked so I was like,

"Nah, I'll just let it go."

Well, fast forward a few months.

The Summit was a success and my Bulletproof Hitter program (confidence training) was really taking off,  and I was interviewing a bunch of cool, high level baseball people and a friend of mine told me:

"You should interview Mike Brumley.  He's the hitting coordinator for the Braves.  He lives around here."

And I'm like, "Mike Brumley?  He played in the big leagues right?"

"Yeah he did.  Coached with the Mariners for a long time.  Cubs & Rangers too.  He'll be back in town next week...we should all get together."

I'm like, "Awesome!  I'm in, that'd be great."

So we meet up at my friend's business and who walks in????

Mr. Beanie Cap and Batting Gloves!

Me:  "I've seen you before...didn't know who you were.  I saw you give a kid named Adam a lesson, I was fascinated."

Mike: "Oh yeah?  Yes Adam's come a long way, we've got him at a good point right now".

Me: "I'll say!  I couldn't stop watching him.  I noticed that you kept using different sized bats, did a bunch of bare hand drills and such....what were you guys working on?"

Mike: "I've been in the game so long (over 30 years at the professional level) that I've found it hard to "explain" adjustments to a player.  You can't "explain" what a good swing should *feel* like.  But over time I've tried every hundreds of different methods and the ones I use now are the best at making a player *feel* the proper adjustment.

So now I'm REALLY interested.

So I ask, "This sounds fascinating.  Have you ever thought about sharing your teaching with a bigger audience?  Online is full of so much crud, people are begging for someone credible like you."

And he said, "You know, funny you ask.  I've had it on my heart to do more to help younger hitters.  

"I've probably worked with over 1,000  local players youth/HS players while on the Major League trail, and it's always the same problems I'm trying to fix.

"What most of these kids are being taught isn't great.  Most coaches don't know how to help players, they're just throwing darts at the buzzword dartboard:

"Keep your hands inside the ball!"

"Don't drop your back shoulder."

"Drive the  hips!"

"And it sucks.  These are mostly good kids who want to put in the work and want to achieve something."

"But these guys will never handle good pitching with how they're swinging now."

"And the things that I teach now, makes a hitter get better...

Simple as that."

[Note: Mike doesn't love me sharing this.  He's a awesome, humble dude and doesn't want to come off like Mr Know-It-All.  In fact I want him to include testimonials from his BIG NAME major league students....but he's not comfortable with it.  But the fact is, is he helps hitters get better and it's not fair to players to undersell that.  Sorry Mike :) ]

So I'm like, "Dude, people NEED to hear what you're teaching....

"...Or better yet, the heck with other people - *I* need to hear what you're teaching, haha"

And he's like, "I hate the idea of coming off like a guru - I'm not a guru - but I feel a responsibility to share what I've learned and what I've seen work so well."

Now I'm fired up.

I say, "Mike, let me help you do this.  Why don't you come out and work with my son's team for a couple of hours, I'll watch how you work, and we can see how to best present this so players can put this into practice at home."

So the next week, Mike came to our indoor practice....

...and it was off the charts!

The drills were so good.

I have a number of kids who you can pretty much count on to either:

1) Make consistently hard contact to one side of the field or in one pitch location,


2) Make consistently soft contact on everything else.

And within 10 mins (which is about all each kid had time for that day)...

....kids were barreling up pitches that they couldn't handle just minutes before.

They weren't perfect, but wow, did they plug a few swing holes in a hurry.

So afterward I say to Mike, "I noticed you really working with the boys' hand position....having space in there.  I haven't heard that taught much."

Mike: Yep, if you're gonna want to hit multiple locations and speeds your hands have to be free.

Me:  Well let's do this again and film it all, and we can share it with some hitters who are really eager to get better.

Mike: That sounds great, but I'm leaving for Instructional Fall League in a couple of days.  We could do it out there if you want.

Me: Absolutely!  I could watch you work with your pro guys for a couple of days, then film the sequence afterward.  It'll be perfect.

Mike:  Let's do it!

So about a week later, I'm at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex (the Braves organization's spring/fall training base):

"Good morning Orlando!" Getting ready to watch the real deal

And so for two days I watched him work with his group of Instructional League players 

(which basically includes most of their top young talent in their system)

and this absolutely shocked me......

The drills that Mike used with so much success with my little 9u guys...

...were the EXACT same drills he used with his future major leaguers!

Because one of the most surprising things I noticed when I was watching these high draft picks train...

...is that many hitters were having to "unlearn" what they've been taught in HS and college.

What we typically teach our youth hitters....

is NOT what is being taught and used with success at the professional level.

The movements are different.

And Mike's superpower (my word, not his!) is getting hitters to use the big league movements.

And I've seen this program work for youth hitters, high school,  and Major Leaguers...

...and I've even been through it myself!

When we were all set to film Mike's 8 Drill Sequence, the "plan" was for him to demonstrate.

But Mike like's to use soft toss for most of his drills, and if he were to demonstrate he'd need to use the tee.

(Which is fine, but not his favorite)

So he's like, "What about you, can you do it?"

And I hadn't hit in like 10+ years since my minor league days ended, but was like:

Sure!  Let's do this!

And as you can see from the video above, Mike put me through all of the drills.

And I'm so glad he did.

I was a big fan of the sequence already, but FEELING it myself just took it to another level.

My swing felt so clean and quick.

Many of the drills contained a prop, which gave instant feedback when your movements were not ideal.

(and I got my fair share of bad feedback!)

So by the time it was all done, I was feeling so good (minus the hand blisters) that I was about to see about getting a tryout for next spring, lol.

But the point is that I really want you to know one thing:

This training is legit.

It's as good as anything I've seen, and I'm so fired up to be able to share it with you.

The alternatives out there that I've seen - are just bad.  

Buzzword City.

They don't help.

And the stakes are too high for you to get bad training....

Because if they're like the other 15 Million active baseball players or 9 Million active softball players...

they're desperately competing for their goal of playing in HS/College/Pro with wrong information.

Wrong technique.

And to fall short of those goals due to bad instruction is a complete shame...

and totally unnecessary.

But the flip side is - that by learning the fundamentals of the big league swing

(from a big league coach, no less)

You can give your kid a massive advantage over the competition.

Now, if you're like me, you're probably a little hesitant when you find something cool online.

I bet you're thinking, "This sounds REALLY awesome, I'd do anything to give myself the best chance of success. I'd love to know the 8 Drill Sequence that a professional hitting coach puts his hitters through.....but what if this *isn't* for real?

Well, first off - Mike's resume speaks for himself. 

You can trust that this is genuine.

You really can.

And to prove it to you, I want to take away ALL of your risk:



If you invest in yourself and aren't TOTALLY in love with the program, not only will I give you your money back....I'll give you DOUBLE your money back!  This is how much I believe in this program and want you to try it.

This isn't a Win/Win for you....it's a NO LOSE!  People have said, "Dude, people are gonna scam you!"  And I tell them I don't think they will, but if a few do then that's fine if it makes a few others more comfortable with making the investment.  I wish I had this training when I was still a player and I just want you to TRY it.  I don't know what else to do.  Zero risk to you, all the risk on me.

Trust me guys, it's worth it.

Ready to quickly make more consistent, hard contact?

So here we are....

You're *so close* to having one of the best hitting coach's alive teach you the swing principles used at the MLB level to make more consistent contact.

Your opportunity to step up is right now.

And the average parent spends $1,000+ a year on leagues, equipment, uniforms, lessons...

(and 10x that in many occasions at the higher, more competitive levels!)

Now, if you were to get training of this caliber in person, we're talking several thousands of dollars...

....if you were lucky enough to even get the opportunity.

But again, Mike has it on his heart to help young, up and coming hitters and wants to make this investment as no-brainer as possible for you.

So if you act now, you'll save hundreds on the list price (no gimmick, this WILL be going up soon)

So today, you can get access to Mike Brumley's 8 Drill Sequence - Building the Big League Swing for only $297 $97!!

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I'm really not trying to come off sales-y here guys, but I'm telling you....

...you're gonna want to see this.

The system is practically fool proof - you don't need a professional hitting coach to tell you if you're doing it right or not....

...the drills give you that feedback on their own.

So let's do this!

Click that button and let's get started right now.

And I pray for your growth and success!

I'll see you on the inside,

God Bless

Founder - Baseball Notes

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