I would say no.
Instead, look up Jonathan Little's hand analysis on youtube. He has about 60+ hands analyzed from cash games and MTTs and he breaks down his thinking and decision very carefully.
One thing you can do is to watch an episode on mute and, as the hand plays out, think about your decisions and actions you would make. Take note if you would've done something different, like fold to a raise or you would've went all in on river, etc. Just try not to be biased in your decisions as you can see both hole cards. On the video, he does label the players as TAG, LAG, etc, so you can get a general idea of their play style. Then afterwards, replay the video and listen to the analysis and see how your thought process was the similar or different.
Another thing you could do is watch twitch streams of players like Jason Somerville. They'll also do analysis of hands they're playing.