Displaying episodes 61 - 83 of 83 in total
This week we are joined by Sports Psychologist Steve, an industry professional known for his ability to connect his foundations in applied psychology with his gaming domain knowledge. In true BTM fashion, AV and Peon pick his brain to formulate the ultimate mentality.
AV and Peon take a step back to acknowledge their progress as Ultimate competitors, wrangling with their biggest roadblocks to improving before Genesis 6.
This week, AV becomes Peon's psychiatrist, talking him through his character crisis. Through this journey, they provide the framework for choosing a main and what should motivate this incredibly critical decision.
What's this, a crossover episode? Enjoy our rebroadcast of our appearance on the Smash Bros. Cast where we talk with N64Josh and NightCrawlr about jumping into the competitive scene.
Does Elite Smash or GSP matter? AV and Peon explore this topic in this week's episode to figure out the things we can take away from this controversial Smash Ultimate feature.
This week, AV and Peon explore their personal comfort zones to learn about their origins, how to break out of them, and how to apply these strategies as a person and player.
AV and Peon are joined by community mainstay CONEY! In this episode, we explore the historical development of the scene, what it takes to succeed at any iteration of Smash, and how we can change the future face of our events.
In the first episode of Season 2, AV and Peon dive into their experiences with the game so far, impressions of characters/mechanics, and ultimately what the best practices are in the new game.
In the final episode of Season 1, AV and Peon celebrate the launch of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
This week, we are joined by Dr. Caitlin McGee, notable esports physical therapist. In this episode, AV and Peon try to keep up as she brings her extensive knowledge/experience about injury prevention, healthy practices, and overall wellness.
For the show's Thanksgiving Special, AV and Peon talk about why it's important to be thankful and what they appreciate about different parts of the Super Smash Brothers community.
Are you ready to take on any challenge? This week, AV and Peon talk about preparation, discussing the ins and outs of tackling bracket demons, matchups, and tournament anxiety.
This week, AV and Peon are joined by Max Ketchum, notable community figurehead, caster, competitor, and event organizer. In this episode, we showcase Max's evident devotion to the game to set a great example for making waves in your own communities.
In their 10th episode special, AV and Peon spend an evening discussing the contents of the recent Nintendo Direct and the effects that it will have on you as a casual or competitive player.
AV and Peon are joined by community veteran and content creator SSBProTips. In this episode, we learn about defining the path to greatness, how to walk it, and where we're often led astray.
AV and Peon put their thinking caps on to speculate about the changes that the upcoming Smash game will bring for you as a competitor, inside and outside the game.
What's so great about losing? AV and Peon talk about defeat, analyzing how to learn and grow from our lows to reach even higher highs.
AV and Peon are joined by GPik, a commentator known for his work in Smash 4 and Rivals of Aether. This week, we break down what it means to be a good commentator, analyze the development of the craft, and connect it to the big picture.
To what level does our personality cross over into our playstyle in game? AV and Peon uncover the key elements to analyzing the boundary between player and character.
How much should we practice on our own? How useful are advanced techniques? AV and Peon break down how to maximize your time to see results.
AV and Peon are joined by Jtails, expert smash competitor and teacher, who goes into depth on how to explore a new smash game.
AV and Peon discuss the concept of burnout in competitive smash. What is it, what causes it, and how can we prevent it?
Hosts Abhi Vaidyanatha (AV) and Dane Hartog (Peon) discuss the very basics in their pilot episode. Why do we play Super Smash Brothers?