BLOOD pH, pCO2, AND THE MXIMUM INTENSITIES IN THE TRAINING OF THE GREAT CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNERS
The human body functions within some well-established limits, more or less restraining,
limits imposed by the complexity of self-regulation and self-control processes which characterize
life itself. An essential phenomenon for normal body functioning is the constant regulation of
hydrogen-ion concentration in blood, knowing that all enzymatic metabolic processes are
extremely sensitive to pH changes and can only develop within its limits.