Keon Parker returns as another featured guest - he's a personal trainer, does work as a volunteer fire fighter, and knows how to go with the flow. Listen in as Keon and Eckie discuss personal training, health, superhero movies, and a breakdown of Black Panther.
Jessica and Eckie discuss their past experiences with one of the most successful online games of all time - World of Warcraft! Listen in as they flex their nerd muscles and talk the world of MMORPGs, gaming addiction, and how deep half guard is part of a skill tree.
Jessica is a digital marketing strategist, martial artist, and in this episode, shows her podcast mom side! Listen in as Jessica and Eckie discuss learning new skills, bad pickup lines, and how trust is a natural resource.
Peyton Steitz is a father, former competitive snowboarder, TV director, and very accident prone. In this episode Peyton and Eckie discuss dedication to snowboarding, technology, and attempts to find the solution for world peace.
Mario Hamblin Jr. is a jiu jitsu instructor, anime fan, and deep philosophical thinker of video game narratives. Mario returns to discuss with Eckie the deeper meanings of the Stanley Parable, kids telling the truth, and Schrodinger's cat.
Jessica and Eckie go over Valentine's Day "gourmet" dinners and also attempt to explain to Warren the tragedy in Florida, all while attempting to keep the spirit in professional wrestling.
Christopher Might is a Jiu Jitsu practitioner, coffee enthusiast, and "cover your mouth when you yawn" crusader. Listen in as Christopher and Eckie discuss jiu jitsu, motivation, and not burning bridges in your career.
Jessica and Eckie go head to head on the Nintendo Switch, racing each other in Mario Kart 8! Listen in as they discuss trash talk, video game exploits, and why King Hippo made Eckie cry.
Bruce Williams is a musician, teacher, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt, and has the ability to predict championship UFC fights. Listen in as Bruce and Eckie discuss learning patterns between jazz and jiu jitsu, parenting, and officially trademarking the term 'regurgi-bop'.