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A StrideMill skating treadmill will allow coaches to teach stride mechanics on a machine [with skates on] rather than being on real ice where it is near impossible to assess a moving skater. And since stride mechanics is an exacting science, teaching it should replicate, as much as possible, skating on real ice – in other words ‘train while the skating track is level.’ Avoid incline training as much as possible as continuous use may damage hip-flexors and ultimately trains the body at incorrect angles for on-ice application. Visit www.skatingtreadmill.com for more information. With over 15 models to choose from StrideMill’s start at under $30K.