Recently got into the exhilarating Peloton community? You’re in good company! From A-list celebrities, the world’s top athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and even the occasional Olympian.
Peloton has not only redefined the way that we can enjoy and participate in exercise, but it has also taken the fitness world by storm!
If you’re yet to take your very first Peloton class, then you might be interested to learn that there are a variety of ways that you can enjoy a Peloton class, and not all of them include streaming directly from the Peloton bike.
Even though Peloton classes are optimized for the Peloton bike, you also have the option of streaming your Peloton classes to your TV.
This is where we come in to lend you a helping hand! Whether you’re currently planning on using your regular spin bike alongside the Peloton app, or you have a Peloton bike but you’d prefer to stream your Peloton classes from your TV.
This article is going to be talking you through how you can quickly and easily stream your Peloton classes from the big screen.
So, without further ado, spin bikes at the ready? Read on to learn more about how you can stream your Peloton classes from your TV!
Streaming Peloton: How to Connect to Your TV
Despite what many people think, the great thing about Peloton is that you don’t need to have the Peloton bike in order to enjoy Peloton classes from home!
In fact, alongside the bike, Peloton also offers a monthly subscription to the app which will allow you to stream it from any compatible device – including your TV, a laptop, or even an iPad!
Of course, even though streaming your Peloton app to your TV will ensure that you are able to enjoy Peloton without the need for the Peloton bike, this will then mean that you won’t be able to keep up with the leaderboard or send high-fives.
But, that doesn’t mean that you won’t still be able to give out high fives to other members of the class at the end, and so long as you’re pushing yourself to be the best that you can be, it doesn’t matter whether or not you can see the leaderboard or not, right? Right.
As we have already mentioned above, so long as you have the Peloton app, you will be able to stream classes from your Apple TV or Smart TV, and you will even have the possibility of streaming your Peloton classes from an iPad or alternative touch screen pad.
Nevertheless, in this article, we are solely focusing on how to connect your Peloton classes to your TV, which is why below we are going to be talking you through how to connect your Peloton from either your Samsung TV or Apple TV. Whenever you’re ready, let’s take a look at them:
How To Stream Peloton Classes From Your Samsung TV
If you have a Samsung TV, then this section is for you! Below, you will find detailed instructions on how to quickly and seamlessly stream all of your Peloton classes directly from your Samsung TV.
Seeing as Samsung TV doesn’t use Android or Apple operating systems, it means that the setting up process is slightly different than simply downloading the app and logging in.
To help you ensure that you are able to set up your Peloton without any issues on your Samsung TV, let’s take a look below:
Open up Google: First things first, you’re going to need to take your Samsung remote control and open up the home screen of your Samsung TV.
After you have pressed on the home button, you will see a bunch of apps open up on your screen such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Scroll across the list of apps until you get to the internet app, and tap on it to open it up full on your screen. Tap on the search bar and type in Peloton – hit enter.
Log in or register on the Peloton website: Once you have opened up Peloton on your screen, all you will then need to do is simply either enter your login information.
Then, you can access all of your classes and begin to stream them directly from your TV.
If you don’t happen to have an account for Peloton, then you will need to take a few moments to set up an account so that you can begin streaming classes.
Keep in mind that you will need to pay a subscription fee monthly.
At the time of writing, the monthly subscription fee for the Peloton app is $12.99.
Pick your class: After you have logged in to your Peloton account or registered and set-up the subscription to pay monthly, you will then be able to begin streaming Peloton rom for Samsung TV!
Besides the bike, you will also be able to enjoy yoga, strength training and even running.
How To Connect To Peloton With Your Apple TV
Now that we have talked you through how to set up Peloton on a Samsung TV, we are now going to be taking the time to talk you through how to stream Peloton from your Apple TV!
If you own an Apple TV, the good news is that setting up your Peloton app on your Apple TV couldn’t be easier, as all you are going to need to do is simply download the app, login and begin streaming all of your favorite Peloton classes.
Let’s take a look at the quickest way that you can set up your Peloton app through your Apple TV below:
Head over to the Apple store: First things first, grab your Apple TV remote and switch your Apple TV on. Once it has booted up, take your Apple TV remote once again and use it to navigate over to the Apple Store.
Once you are there, you can then look up the Peloton app via the search bar, where you will then be able to download the app and you can begin using it from your Apple TV.
Login/register on the Peloton app: After you have given the app enough time to download on your Apple TV, you will then be prompted to finish setting it up via on screen instructions – this should only take a few moments!
Once this has been done, you can then proceed to either login to your Peloton account or register and set-up a monthly subscription. Just to remind you, at the time of writing, the monthly fee for the Peloton app is currently $12.99.
Begin streaming your classes: Once you have successfully set up your account or logged in, you can then begin streaming from your Peloton app and enjoying all of the different classes that Peloton has to offer!
From cycling to yoga, running to meditation – you’re going to be simply spoilt for choice. You can even take live classes alongside thousands of other people!
Alternatively, if you would like to stream your Peloton classes directly from another iOS device, then the good news is that this is relatively easy to do – although you are going to need to make sure that you have a Chromecast.
In order to set up your Peloton app and begin streaming, you will need to download the Peloton app directly to your iPhone or other iOS device, and then log in as you normally would.
After you have logged in or registered for a subscription, you will need to pick the class that you would like to take from the device that you are using.
Once you have found the class that you would like to take, select it so that it begins playing.
Once the class has begun to play, tap on the screen and it will bring up a variety of different functions. Click on the Chromecast symbol, where you will then be prompted to select a device that you would like to cast the class to.
Select your Apple TV and it will then automatically begin to cast your Pelton class directly from your Apple TV.
By streaming your Peloton classes via this method, you will be able to keep your iOS device close to view the leaderboard and give out high fives.
As a side note, in order to for you to be able to effectively cast your Peloton classes to your apple TV using this method, you are going to need to make sure that you are connected to the same WIFI that your Apple TV is.
Otherwise your Chromecast is it going to be able to detect your iOS device!
Are There Any Differences Between The Peloton Digital App Membership And The Peloton All Access Membership?
Besides the various ways that you can stream your Peloton classes, you might also be curious as to whether there are any major differences between the two main types of subscription packages that Peloton offers.
These are the Peloton Digital App Membership, and the Peloton All Access Membership.
To help you gain a better understanding of what the main differences between these two subscription types are, we are going to be breaking them down below. Whenever you’re ready, let’s take a look at them:
Monthly cost: The biggest difference between these two types of memberships that Peloton currently offers is that they each differ in price. On one hand, there is the Peloton Digital App Membership that is currently priced at the more affordable $12.99 a month.
The All Access Membership is currently a little more expensive, and comes in at a relatively high $39.00 a month – which is a bit of jump from the more affordable price of the Peloton Digital App Membership.
Main features: Interestingly, despite the price difference, there aren’t too many main differences between the two memberships.
While the Peloton Digital Membership doesn’t allow you to interact with friends or view their metrics, the All Access Membership allows you to interact with friends, while also giving you the ability to view each other’s metrics and compete with each other!
It should also be noted that you can only have the Peloton All Access Membership if you own the Peloton bike, otherwise you will not be able to access the membership.
On the other hand, the Peloton Digital App Membership is available for anyone to subscribe to, and can be used across a variety of different devices and platforms.
The Peloton All Access Membership can only be used via the official Peloton bike’s touchscreen.
There you have it! You have made it to the end of our ultimate guide to streaming your Peloton classes from your TV.
After taking the time to read through this guide, we are hoping that you are now well aware of how to set-up your Peloton on your TV and begin streaming your classes today.
While you’re here, why don’t you give this page a bookmark? That way, if you ever happened to forget how to set up your Peloton app on your TV and would like to refresh your memory – you’ll know exactly where to find us.
Enjoy your workouts!
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