This may come off as harsh maybe negative... But when you look at exercise, workouts and training, there are differences. However, all should enhance health, strength, performance, etc. All activity from casual to competitive can teach us something- provide valuable lessons and perspective. But carelessness, ego driven, "style" workouts where risk of movements performed outweighs the possible return (benefit) and when they increase the risk of injury, it is never good.
With no apologies, I believe we are in the age of the "GOON WORKOUT."
Even the language used to describe the "workout system" brand can tell you something. The name alone might lead you to question whether you are in for an experience that is driven by a marketing hype campaign. I am all for over the top enthusiasm, creativity, even themes when they are safely applied as part of a sound program. But definitely, I stand against "brands" that unnecessarily put those who participate at risk.