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  1. Hi Amrita, I would recommend checking out Sole's treadmills. They fold up and have 4 wheels which makes moving them around easy, and we find them to be really sturdy and durable. We really like the F65, F80, and F85 models. You could also check out the TR2000e electric treadmill from LifeSpan, it's also very portable and durable. Other foldable treadmills from Nordictrack and Horizon are durable as well as portable. They just have 2 wheels on the front so you have to tilt them back to move them.
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  2. The decline setting is more for active recovery, gentle downhill training, and strengthening your knees and quads for balanced conditioning. However, it obviously is not as challenging as running on an incline. Some treadmills offer it to provide increased training variables and it does provide a nice recovery after a long, hard run. But it certainly isn't going to change your overall conditioning like running uphill.
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