Bouve collection.Training, therefore, very materially favors the body in solving its acid carriage problem during exercise.38 Steinhaus ... the need for the indirect process involving the formation of lactic acid, which if not less efficient, is at least an extra burden. ... and its subsequent disappearance in highly trained dogs would take on significance in this light.39 A trained man can store more ... Chem., Vol. CLXXI , p. 16 (1927). 42 Jay B. Nash, editor, Interpretations of Physical Education, Volume Organicanbsp;...
|Title||:||Physical Education: Interpretations and Objectives|
|Author||:||Jay Bryan Nash|