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Before you access the video resources section, here are a few tips to make things easier.

Please make a note of the page URL by saving the page as a bookmark in your browser to make it easy to return here anytime you wish in the future.

You will access the video portal through here: 

 https://twiea.eduvision.tv/Default.aspx

Copy and paste this into a new browser (please use Edge or a Chrome-based browser.

 

Now, before you do anything else, you will have to create a username and password.  


This is how you do that.  Go to the top right corner of the screen, here in the picture:

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This will then bring you to the next screen, which can be used for two things.


One, is to create a new account.  If you are a first-time user/new member, then this is YOU.  You do that here in the picture:

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The other, is to log in if you are already a member using the username and password you set when you first created the account, here in the picture:

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As a first-time user creating an account, the next screen you will see is this one:

Follow these steps on the online form pictured right.


1.    Enter your first name.


2.    Enter your last name.


3.    Enter a username.

(This can be any name you wish that is available.)


4.    Create a personal password.


5.    Re-type the password to make sure it is correct.


6.    Enter your email address.


7.    Enter your contact phone number.


8.    Enter an alternative phone number if you wish.


9.    Perform the simple calculation and enter the data.


This will prove you are not a robot.


10.    Press the green sign-up button and you are all set!

11.    Log in and enjoy the TWiEA resource videos. 

We recommend watching the first 10 videos of Brian Sterling-Vete and Ian Northcott giving you important information and tips on Isometric Exercise.  

**Always check with your doctor before beginning any new exercise regimen to make sure you are medically able to participate. Only your doctor can determine how much exercise is safe for you. Starting an exercise program that is more strenuous than you are ready for can result in injury and serious medical problems.

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If you are still having trouble logging in, please contact us below.  We are happy to help walk you through the process and answer any questions you may have.