Thanks for your comment @Lauren & @Nate.
I would consider myself an intermediate, having boxed and sparred for the last 6 years (in my own mind anyway). Ive moved to a new town and the nearest boxing gym is a bit of a trek and as I also have a little one now I've decided to convert a spare room into a gym. I do like the intermediate videos and find them to be to my level of understanding, but want to make sure that i'm getting a good variety of exercise and not just hitting the bag every time as it can build bad habits.
I used to buy in to the insanity programmes a few years back. They're mental. They did come with a schedule and even though the videos are the same, you knew which one that you had to do everyday, and I think something like that is beneficial for new people on the platform navigating for the first time.
Totally appreciate that fitness is an ongoing process, not a 30 day fix, but I guess when you don't have that much time to commit to exercising and you want the most varied experience, it's easy if you don't have to make the decision yourself what video to watch next. Hope that makes sense!
p.s. I spent a while looking for the right programmes for boxing. Fightcamp seems a little boxercise for me. I like the use of technique and different combos you learn and I know that from watching my free-style bag and SB work is much more varied. The only content that really compares are the YouTube "Explainers" types, but these are not workouts.