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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:04 am 
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Hi everyone,

When doing the muscle pass, I get the height, but the coin spins. Suggestions???

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:41 am 
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why does that mater it kind of always does that


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It's going to spin. That's how it works. You find a way to do it without it spinning and we'll talk.


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That's what the muscle pass is...it goes high and it spins. I don't know how to get it high and yet still not spinning... :?


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2007 6:25 pm 
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When doing the muscle pass, I get the height, but the coin spins. Suggestions???


In my time working with the muscle pass I've noticed that, at the same distance, a lighter object(ie poker chip) will not spin as much as a a heavier object(ie morgan dollar). Although the lighter object will go higher and spin while reaching it's maximum height.

Pretty difficult to explain, but basically if you are worried about spinning you can use a lighter object and keep your hands about 12"-18" apart(this is a good distance for me, and may not be the same for everyone) and it shouldn't spin too much.

On the contrary, you could always drop the coin from its edge so that it is spinning when it falls and it will look almost the same as it spins upwards.

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It's going to spin. That's how it works. You find a way to do it without it spinning and we'll talk.


I want to be in on this conversation!


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It's going to spin. That's how it works. You find a way to do it without it spinning and we'll talk.


I want to be in on this conversation!

lol. me too! :D


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