We've always showcased different instructors over the years and now we are back doing it again. The coolest part of all this is that the white or blue belts who started watching us in the early days are now likely black belts! Follow the steps below and you could find yourself on the Original Jiu Jitsu You Tube Channel!
Submissions 101 main focus is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and as such, we love to add videos that revolve around that art. However, we also love Judo, Japanese Jujutsu, MMA, Sambo, Catch, Wrestling and other grappling arts. Throws, joint locks, chokes...you get the idea. If you are a black belt level in any of the arts, we want to hear from you.
We are looking for all types of technique videos, everything from fun complex moves to strong fundamental basics. Now, when we started Submissions 101, there was literally very few free videos out there. Today there are millions. So how do you stand out?
Demonstrate and TEACH those little tips that make the move just that much better. And remember your audience (beginners to advanced players)- we can all learn something.
Finally, your video is to be no longer than 2 minutes. Videos longer than this WILL NOT be accepted.
Follow these steps:
We've been at this for a long time and pioneered some simple tricks that made our videos so successful. Make sure you do the following:
We have a standard that we follow and your video should start with you saying "Hi, this is John Smith for Submissions 101 (and introduce your partner) and we are going to show you <insert name of move here>"
And make sure to have fun! Let your personality shine through.
Send us the raw video and we will add our intro and watermark. When you submit the video, make sure to write the following so we can add this to the description :
We have three main ways for you to send us a video:
Submissions 101 reserves the right to use or not use videos submitted. If the video is poor quality, the instruction is unclear and/or you fail to follow the above guidelines, we won't add it to the library. Videos will be added to You Tube first and then a week later, it will be added to our Instagram channel: @submissions101_
As we get back in the swing of things and build up our viewership again, you can expect thousands of views on your video (or tens of thousands). So, its a good marketing tool to help you spread your brand of Jiu Jitsu.
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