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 Post subject: Muscle pass horizontal distance who can beat 18 inches??
PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 4:30 pm 
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I can muscle pass from my right hand to my left 18 inches from the edge of my right hand to the place the coin originaly landed.

Can anyone beat that? if so post it on youtube so we can get somthing going. I'll post as soon as I get taken up on this.

Rules: back of Hand must be flat on an even surface (table, carpet, stair)
you are not allowed to add any additional force to the coin.

the coin must be an american 50 cent peace ( bicentenial because the were all minted with the same weight) all other coins have diffrent weights or thicknesses.


other impressive things with the muscle pass please PM me. :)

OK I"M BACK FROM THE EU I'll post in a day... (today aug-25-2008)


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is it possible to muscle pass a coin wile having your hand flat on a surface?? you need to curl it in a little bit right?


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ive been working on my muscle pass.. Im not improving very much, mainly because i dont only practice it.. when im working on vanishes and moves ill just randomly try it. I can only get it 5 inches with a half dollar :evil: ... But after i work on it, ill be sure to "challenge" you :)


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You're on!


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I don't know about inches, I can get about 16 centimeters, I don't know how much that is in inches


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16 cetimeters is about 6 and a quarter inches.


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acebrawler, how "long" is your muscle pass? lol


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fletch7777777 wrote:
acebrawler, how "long" is your muscle pass? lol
ehehehehe. how do you guys measure how high it goes??? I guess I can do it like 5 inches or something


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I can muscle pass from my right hand to my left 18 inches from the edge of my right hand to the place the coin originaly landed.


Why don't you post a video so we know that you are telling the truth in the first place? 8)


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PatrickS wrote:
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I can muscle pass from my right hand to my left 18 inches from the edge of my right hand to the place the coin originaly landed.


Why don't you post a video so we know that you are telling the truth in the first place? 8)

good point just wish I have the muscle pass dvd


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you dont need that to learn the muscle pass. there are way better sources to learn the muscle pass than that.


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girspiggy wrote:
you dont need that to learn the muscle pass. there are way better sources to learn the muscle pass than that.
Very true. It does help to have visual aid, but I learned it off of the little "explaination" that justin miller gave on his silver dream dvd.

And to answer fletchs question, I just did a muscle pass horizontally going by jasons specifications and got it to go 20 inches. I just woke up and my hands are fresh right now.


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acebrawler73 wrote:
girspiggy wrote:
you dont need that to learn the muscle pass. there are way better sources to learn the muscle pass than that.
Very true. It does help to have visual aid, but I learned it off of the little "explaination" that justin miller gave on his silver dream dvd.

And to answer fletchs question, I just did a muscle pass horizontally going by jasons specifications and got it to go 20 inches. I just woke up and my hands are fresh right now.

I've been to coinvanish.com but the jay noblezada dvd seemed to have some good insight on other things that would help like technique


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well, jay's dvd probably is a great resource. Just saying it's not absolutly neccessary. I for one am very interested in shoot ogawa's "Master of Muscle Pass" dvd. I think I'm gonna end up buying that sometime.


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acebrawler73 wrote:
well, jay's dvd probably is a great resource. Just saying it's not absolutly neccessary. I for one am very interested in shoot ogawa's "Master of Muscle Pass" dvd. I think I'm gonna end up buying that sometime.

I think I'll check that out thanks :D


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