Thanks for the comments Bonobo11
Yep pretty key to simply shove wide :3
BedSideCabinet, apologies again for the coughing through the video, again will try hard to make sure this isn't an issue in the future videos. Thanks for your comments.
In general, no, unfortunately. However, the more you play, the more experience you get and subsequently you should just get better overtime. I mean, at the same time you should/could be doing HH reviews (whether by yourself, or with a coach) and looking at spots, estimating ranges, then confirming either on a forum (like DC, 2p2) or using SNG wiz. This is very important if you are learning imo. Once you know the correct range in a spot, like we talked about in the videos and the whole series in general, these ranges adjust based on the variables. If your exact range in that spot should be AQo+ AJs+ 88+ (example only), then perhaps if the BB changed from a 12BB stack to a 6BB stack your range would be a little wider now and instead AJo ATs 77+ (again, example only). The more you play, and the more reviews/practice/study you do, the quicker and easier it will be to make such adjustments
Other than that, read on the forums, when other players post hands you don't need to necessarily reply, but certainly think to yourself what your range would be (and if need be, check it out - again with SNG wiz for e.g.) and do this a lot. Read these threads on DC and 2p2 whilst you're learning (and even after, from time to time) and you will just naturally get better.
Oh and I guess also look at some charts, since the charts help with a pure "default" range (which of course you can be a bit wider than since as explained players are calling on average tighter than equilibrium, so we should shove wider too)