Gymnastics In Slow Motion
The video, partly because of the dubstep, reminded me of The Apple Tree Feat. The Glitch Mob. [NB: This video is definitely not suitable for children! It has f-bombs in the lyrics and disturbing/sexually-oriented shots from many R-rated movies. But the editing is superb!] There's something moving about cutting to strong music... especially if you have footage that can be slowed way down via time remapping.
If you've been interested in improving your editing skills, I highly recommend grabbing a ton of footage you've shot and cutting it together to an awesome rhythmic song. Dubstep is great, but I prefer techno.
Not sure where to get good techno for your edit? I like OverClocked ReMix. What's really cool about ocremix (besides providing free techno) is that the songs there are fan-made. So while there are a lot of less-than-stellar tracks on the site, you can also find some amazing gems created by creative people who love sharing their work.
Normally I caution about letting the length of a song drive your edit, but since the purpose of this exercise is to, well, let the song drive your edit... don't let that hold you back this time.
Your Media Production Mentor
P.S. Notice how the ad above has a story. The part where she falls, and the moments after that, are wonderfully executed. We are visual storytellers, so tell your story with pictures.