Post Number: 3291
|Posted on Tuesday, August 09, 2011 - 08:10 am: |
An ongoing question. Here a short info from a great website : "The process of lactic acid removal takes approximately one hour, but this can be accelerated by undertaking an appropriate cool down that ensures a rapid and continuous supply of oxygen to the muscles."
the website shows very up to date infos but we still my have a question here:
Does we need to get ride of lactic acid or do we have to balance H + and actually use lactate to have an easier way of balancing H+
Could we "cool down" by getting ride of H + with respiration over the CO2 pathway and could we use lactate as a more effective way for FOOD ( forced onset of Oxygen delivery to balance out the ATP .