How to Stream GHUTV Workouts to Your TV Using Apple TV


To stream GHUTV videos with your Apple TV device, you can use Apple AirPlay. Equipment needed for Apple AirPlay includes:

  • TV with HDMI ports
  • HDMI cable
  • Apple TV (generation 2, 3, or 4)
  • An Apple device (tablet, laptop, iPhone etc.)

First connect your Apple TV to your television with an HDMI cable. Then, on your Apple device, select the AirPlay icon on the menu bar. Under “Connect to AirPlay Display,” choose your Apple TV. The AirPlay icon will turn blue, and your desktop or screen will be displayed on your television. Start your video, and click on full screen mode to make the video larger on your TV. Now you’re ready to work out!

When you are finished and no longer want to use the AirPlay display, select the AirPlay icon again and click on “Disconnect AirPlay Display.” Or, you can press the menu button on your Apple TV remote. If you encounter any problems with AirPlay, you can visit Apple’s Support page for troubleshooting tips.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Mary. Here are the instructions on how to use a Firestick to view the workouts.
      1. Install Video & TV Cast app from the Google Play Store or Apple Play store from the device you are streaming from.
      2. First Make sure your Firestick is connected to your Television.
      3. Turn your TV to the correct imput for your Firestick
      4. Install Video & TV Cast app on your Firestick
      5. Open up the Video & TV Cast app on the Firestick
      6. Then, on the device you are streaming from, on your Video & TV Cast app , select the video you would like to stream to your television.
      7. After selecting the video on your Video & TV Cast app an option will come up at the bottom of the video. Click on Cast NOW.
      If you have any questions, please give our customer service team a call at 1-844-278-2050.
      Thanks
      Jean-GHUTV Video Membership

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