Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Results 11 to 14 of 14
  1. #11
    K Madden

    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Mccaghren View Post
    I like the video. It's put together well. Honestly, I'm not crazy about the music, though. Personal preference, I guess.

    Is it for TV or just for intrawebs?

  2. #12


    Ronin (10thP Rochester roots)
    Boston, MA
    Quote Originally Posted by bobby rivers View Post
    the moment you inserted your middle and index finger forcefully yet precisely in my asshole, i knew i wanted to learn all that you could teach me.

    The promo is sick. On the real.
    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy "the gerbil" arel View Post
    bobby you did pay for an experience...i felt obliged to provide.

  3. #13
    Dylan Ehrnreiter's Avatar

    Counter Violence LLC
    Madison Indiana
    Loved that triangle at :15.

  4. #14


    Phuket Top Team
    Phuket, Thailand
    Jeremy, the following comment is assuming you want to use the video to help promote your academy and get more students. If that's not the purpose of the video, please disregard.

    As an online marketer, this is what I see. I think the video doesn't do enough to make your potential students aware of their deepest pains/frustrations and then convey what your school will do to take away those pains/frustrations.

    Depending on who you'd like to appeal to most (parents of children, hardcore BJJers, middle aged desk jockeys, etc.), examples could be: being bullied, feeling like a wimp, having no confidence, having an unattractive body, being overweight, parents' fear that their kids will grow up lacking self-esteem or go astray from ennui, etc.

    It was a smart thing using a female student because that conveys the idea that a fundamentally (physically) weaker individual can learn to effectively defend themselves against a bigger, stronger opponent (issues solved: self confidence, fear of being overpowered by a man). However, the average jiu jitsu newbie is going to see this video and think it looks cool but in all likelihood won't really "get it" -- certainly they might miss the connection between doing acrobatics in a kimono and how it resolves their most burning problems.

Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12


Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts