Thanks for watching. I am obviously new to dirt but its a lot of fun. A bigger bike would help.
It is a ton of fun, hope you like it enough to stick out some growing pains! Careful with the bigger bike trap- for the stuff you're riding, handling/agility/low weight>power, big power just gets you in trouble faster. There is, of course, such a thing as not enough, though. My favorite woods bike ever is the KTM 200EXC, bar none. My current bike is set up for moto, I spend most of the time in woods pinballing from one root to the next tree stump to trying to pick myself out from under the bike in a cold puddle.
Here's some more completely unwanted and unsolicited advice from someone who's been doing it all wrong for way too many years
-Safety wire that cable!
-Can't exactly tell where you're looking, but every street rider I've ever seen take it to the dirt, looks right in front of the front wheel, even superbike guys who normally look miles down the road on the asphalt. You can see in your video a couple of places it looks like you've avoided one thing only to head directly for something worse.
-Also looks like you spend too much time sitting. Stand up and let the bike move around under you, makes it easier to get the front over things in a hurry, and with tracking through ruts.