All you guys are a bunch of fucking wimp dog pussies!
I took lessons from all the Masters - they all give you materials to practice. And expected you to put in the time. I used to practice 10-11 hours a day. Buckethead regularly practiced 14 hours a day. You cant handle 2hrs? You will always forever be mediocre and suck at guitar.
First of all - the signup page has a video on it called "How to take the online lessons" and if you watch that - it contains direct instructions on where to post them at 1:04.
Second of all - learning the guitar and getting good at it always contains DECADES of frustration - of which one works through. You signed up for lessons on Jan 31 and promptly QUIT on Feb 4. Your questions show a great deal of impatient frustration - like you are expecting someone to hold your hand and give a silver platter. This kind of attitude will get you nowhere on the guitar and ANY other instrument. You quit lessons even before you got started.
Third - since you quit only 4 days after you signed up, this makes you NO LONGER a paying student, so you dont have to bother uploading videos anywhere.
Sarod is a very very fast way to play a string. But - it can take a very long time to get the right balance and feel. Its always the number one thing that everyone struggles with - until they get it. THEN they take off with it. Its like shaking a spoon back and forth in a glass of water. Thats the movement.
Its fine - be flexible when you play . When you are playing songs you have to move around so dont be rigid. Practice the exericises and scales with the thumb behind the neck, songs wherever feels right.
The Masters are masters because they constantly practice the basics in addition to new repertoire. I was amazed one time at the Dick Grove School of Music back n 1980 when I was in an improv 101 class and who should show up to be in the class none other than Master Saxophonist Ernie Watts (album and studio credits a mile long). I asked him why he was in this class! He said "Man I need to review the basics and get more tight on them." The basics are also part of every martial arts master - they are masters because they master the basics. I dont practice spiders anymore because I teach them all day long and have been doing them for over 4 decades. But still - when I take a vacation or time off from playing for whatever reason, I will once again do chromatic scales and spiders for a good while until the coordination feeling returns.
WHen I was 18 I practiced every day from 9am to 2pm, then made some lunch ad then at 3pm I started teaching lessons until 8pm then I went to a nightly band practice until about 11 or 12. Where was a night off from band practice I would practice more scales for 2-3 hrs. Some days when I didnt have any private lessons I would practice 12 hrs or 13 hrs with a couple of light food breaks. When I was 22 I practiced 14 hours a day on days with no lessons and then on days with lessons I would stop practicng, go teach, then come back and practice until 3am. WHen you want to be as good as John McLaughln, you have to do what Mclaughlin does.
You say "CHROMATC ASCENDNG/DESCENDING" however for the past 4 decades I have seen thousands of guys do it wrong. Why dont you post a video of your practicng so we can see what you are doing whether you are doing it rgt or not. Also - what is an "altered scale?" define that for us and tell us HOW you are practicing it.