The Muscle Pass Starring Jay Noblezada
You're about to learn one of the most visual and versatile techniques in all of coin magic. It's difficult to master, but the payoff is huge.
The Muscle Pass is a technique that makes coin magic as eye-poppingly visual as any magic on earth. But, it's also a technique that takes many hours of practice to perfect. Just knowing how it works isn't enough. To get the height and control that's gonna make your reputation, you've got to practice and refine your technique beyond what most think is possible.
Without the DVD, most magicians give up on the technique and quit before they benefit from its power.
With the DVD, you'll save countless hours and frustration. You'll practice properly and make steady gains.
Noblezada takes you step by step and in detail. He shows you all of the inside work behind this revolutionary piece of magic. You'll learn all of the coolest applications of the Muscle Pass. You'll be able to make a coin appear from a completely empty hand, vanish completely, and even pass a coin through solid objects.
The Muscle Pass will add a new dimension to your coin magic, and Noblezada will help you master it faster than ever before!
- 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)
- Bonus Footage
- More Performance
- Learning the Left - Watch the day-by-day progress as Noblezada goes back to beginner-status and learns the Muscle Pass with his left hand. You'll see Noblezada struggle along side you as he follows his own advice.
The Muscle Pass was made popular by magic inventor and FISM Award Winner, John Cornelius. John Cornelius was the first person to defy gravity with a coin using the Muscle Pass. He took an existing, under-the-radar coin sleight and created an original, visual piece of coin magic--"The Coin That Falls Up". In Kaufman's Coin Magic, John Cornelius also published "Glass-topped coin through table", which is the basis for the coin through table in this DVD. The original technique, The Muscle Pass was used as far back as the 1800's and was first published in a book entitled "Principles and Deceptions", by Arthur Buckley.