Well, emboldened by that lucky guess, I'm going to go out on a limb and give you some unsolicited advice. It's very similar to the message I'm hearing from lowflybye and lownslow79.
I've watched several videos that you have uploaded now, and in every single one of them, I think you are coming in far too shallow (as in dangerously shallow). In your quest for short landings, you're at fourth down and inches from stalling, and dragging it in way too low over the terrain for a mile. I'll admit that it takes a bit of skill to achieve that, but I think it should be left in the bag of tricks for unusual situations, not used as standard operating procedure.
Have you ever landed at an airport that has a VASI, PAPI, etc.? The usual glide slope for those is 3 degrees, and you get the red over red signal (as in "red over red, you're dead") if you go below 2.5 degrees. In fact, I believe it's illegal to remain below the VASI glide slope when the VASI is present. Your videos look like you're way below that. In my opinion, the VASI glide slopes are chosen for heavier aircraft that have so much inertia that they can't flare and change their glide slope like a small single engine airplane can. In a 182, you can have a much steeper approach, and then change to a shallow slope when you get 100 ft. or so from touchdown. Most backcountry techniques require a steeper approach to avoid terrain or trees, and even in the absence of those obstacles, it's still safer to place yourself where you can glide to the runway if you lose power. I often use use a slope somewhere between 4 and 5 degrees.
A slightly steeper slope will let you use a slightly higher airspeed (safer, and might also solve your elevator authority problem). Aim for a spot a hundred feet or so before the desired touchdown point. When you flare, you bring the nose up a little, and your speed drops down to your 60 mph touch down speed, and now you're aimed at the touchdown point. Or, something like that.
So, here is my unsolicited advice: Go practice some touch and goes at an airport that has a VASI or PAPI, and practice bringing it down above the 3 degree glide slope. Or, put yourself at 500 ft. AGL on 1 mile final, and then ride that slope at 1.1 to 1.2 times the stalling speed down to short final. Or, get a different instructor than you've been using, and tell him you want to practice steeper approaches. Or, stop uploading videos that scare me!