Interval Training

by David Grant |   Date Released : 19 Oct 2008
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David Grant

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David Grant, MS, ATC, PES, has an undergraduate degree in Sports Medicine and a Master’s degree in Human Performance and Injury Prevention. While obtaining his undergraduate degree, he held internships with many prestigious national championship teams and also with organizations such as NFL Europe. After graduation, David took a position with the Saddlebrook Tennis Academy and the Arnold Palmer Golf Academy, where he worked as a performance specialist and athletic therapist for players such as James Blake, Martina Hingis, Justine Henin, Mardy Fish, Michael Chang and many others. David is currently the Director of Athletic Performance at Smash Tennis Academy in Cairo Egypt and also a rehab/fitness consultant for the Egyptian Tennis Federation.

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foreman, ashraf | 14 Jan 2010, 19:05 PM

What/where is the reference for H being responsible over lactic acid?

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Close, Anthony | 07 May 2009, 18:26 PM

Faulty logic: Lactic Acid can not exist in the human body as described (ph regulations). Lactate Ions would be a better choice. Besides its not the lactate ions that cause the problem, its the H+ ions (from metabolic byproduct) that cause the problem.

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