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How do I view the workouts on my TV?
There are a few ways to view your workouts on your TV: View using Chromecast on your compatible smart TV View using Airplay on your compatible smart TV View using our ROKU app. Search for **Af
How do I view the workouts on my tv using Chromecast?
Using Chromecast You can use Chromecast to watch your videos on your TV by casting from your laptop, tablet, or phone. To watch videos by using Chromecast: Make sure Chromecast is set up on your TV Make sure your laptop or device is logged on to the same WiFi network as your TV Open the video on your laptop or device and click on the Chromecast icon In the pop-up that appears, select the desired TV and cast Please note, Chromecast technology comes built into [select TVs and
How do I view the workouts on my tv using Airplay?
Using AirPlay You can use AirPlay to watch your videos on your TV by playing from your Mac, iPad, or iPhone. To watch videos by AirPlay: Make sure your Apple TV is set-up Make sure your Apple device is logged on to the same WiFi network as your Apple TV Open the video on your Apple device and click on the AirPlay icon In the pop-up that appears, select the desired TV and the video will begin playing Please note, Airplay technology comes built into [select TVs and displays](h
The videos aren't playing
If you're having trouble playing the videos or you see a blank screen, please try the following: Log into your account via another browser to see if it's a browser issue Log into your account on a different device to see if it's a device issue Clear your cache on your browser One of the above should fix the issue.
The workout videos are lagging
Sometimes, a page or video may seem to take longer than normal to load. Here are some tips to help troubleshoot what may be contributing to a slower load time. Check your internet connection speed. You can check your overall internet speed here: https://fast.com/. If you do not have enough speed, you may need to increase your package with your internet service provider. 18–25 Mbps: Ultra HD video (4K, HDR) 10–18 Mbps: HD video 1–10 Mbps: SD video Are you on a Wi-Fi network that is