Today we wanted to talk to you about the most visual trick in all of coin magic: The Muscle Pass
The muscle pass was originally known as the anti-gravity coin. It involves shooting a coin up from your palm anywhere from a few inches to over two feet.
Now, this move also happens to be…
Regarded as the most difficult sleight of hand coin move to learn, taking around 1-2 years to master completely!
…so setting aside a little bit of time each day to learn this is definitely a worthwhile investment, because the payoff is DEFINITLEY worth it!
But don’t take our word for it, see for yourself!
Now, if you think this looks really cool, then here’s exactly how you can go about learning it…
First things first, I want to make one thing clear…
There are many FREE tutorials on how to learn the muscle pass and that alone, for many, is enough.
However we believe that investing a little bit of money into learning a trick greatly increases the odds of us actually putting in the practice (as well as ensuring we start out with perfect form)!
If you invest in this, we think you’ll save countless hours and frustration.
A wise man once said…”Practice doesn’t make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect.”
Noblezada takes you step by step and shows you, in detail, all of the inside work behind this revolutionary piece of magic.
- The Origins of the Muscle Pass
- How The Muscle Pass Works
- Finding the Right Coin
- The Work
- Getting Height
- Catching The Coin
- Surrounding Actions
- Anti-Gravity Coin
- Coin Appearance – a coin appears from an empty hand
- Coin Vanish – bp
- Classic Palm Vanish (Ramsey)
- Coin Through Table – down, and back up
- Coin Through Glass (or any solid object!)
- Coins Across (Muscle Clink Pass)
We think regard this as the ultimate resource for learning and mastering the Muscle Pass!
If you’ve already learned the Muscle Pass or are looking to further your education in the art of ‘passing’ then we are super excited to tell you an amazing variation, coined by Danny Goldsmith as The Pistol Pass!
The Pistol Pass is a new type of muscle pass that opens up so many possibilities! Many of these effects look like camera tricks, they’re not.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Pistol Pop Production – An insanely visual production of 1, 2, or 3 coins right at the fingertips.
- Glint Production – A way to use the Pistol pop production to make it look like you’re pulling a 2nd coin from the shine of the 1st.
- Touch Production – A coin instantly appears below the finger as you touch your palm or the table.
- Wipe Production – This is one of my favourites. This looks like you simply wipe a coin into existence with 1 finger.
- Cobb production – A new way to do the Korn production. No awkward or unmotivated movements. You simply close your hand around your finger tips and a coin appears.
- Catch Change – Exactly how it sounds: you toss a coin in the air and it visibly changes as you catch it between your finger tips. This move looks insane!
- Pluck change – Another insanely visual change right at the fingertips where the coin transforms as its grabbed from one hand to the other. This one really looks like a camera trick.
- Ring Pop Production – You blow into a ring and a coin pops out. Visual and super fun to perform.
- Coin Through Glass – A glass is placed on it’s side and a coin is visually thrown through the bottom of the glass. A new take on a classic idea.
- Pistol Shot – The inner child in you will love this! You make a gun with your hand, toss a coin into the air and shoot it (think ‘pew pew’), the coin goes flying. This is what we wish would happen when we were kids…now it’s a possibility!
- Bubba – This is an absolutely ridiculous routine that’s sure to get your audience laughing in amazement
All from one sleight!
Well that it for today folks!
We really appreciate you taking the time to read this!
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