Subject: Why is hyperventilation useful before a dash?
Date: Tue Aug 17 16:04:22 1999
Posted by Kristen
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Area of science: Biochemistry
It is common for short-distance runners to breath rapidly and
to remove carbon dioxide from their lungs. Also, the muscles produce a
amount of lactic acid from their glucose stores during a short-distance
Why is hyperventilation useful before a dash?
What is the biochemical pathway that leads to the production of lactic
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