Practice, of course, is individual to a degree and my practice routine does not have to fit to your style. And I did not read it very carefully this time but from experience I’d say everything Gio said is true
Especially the part about beginning slow. It is so essential to play in a tempo one is comfortable with in order to increase the speed of your learning that I mention it every single time someone asks about practice. You have to take the time you need to learn in your pace otherwise you aren’t learning (in an effective manner - sometimes even at all).
A very good accompaniment to the course itself for practice is the BassBuzz YouTube Video Guide
It connects the B2B course to the Bassbuzz youtube videos. So when you learn something in the course you can go to youtube for additonal training resources for a lot of lessons.
My personal practice routine is lacking since I do not have as much free time as with 50% work time but when I manage to pick up my bass it’s the same.
I always do a 10-15 minutes technical warmup on my ultimate groove workout practice website: https://bass-scale-practice.web.app/scales
You can choose a drumbeat and also add silent bars.
Since you are looking up scales/remembering them or whatever I also want to mention the beautiful work of @gcancella: https://fretful.io/
After my 10-15 minute groove workout practice I play what I want or need to practice. But I always start with the purely technical exercise. The 10-15 minute rule came up after I noticed that once I start technical exercises open ended I never finish. And short practice sessions with high intervals (e.g. daily 5 mins) are more effective than practicing the same thing one hour long on one day.