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While the muscle acts, the heat produced by the internal combustion divides itself two complementary parts. " These phenomena invariably succeed each other, and they are the inevitable consequence one of the The chemical action takes place first and other. HORSE-BACK RIDING. 36 produces the heat ; then the fibres consume a portion it into mechanical force. of this heat, converting A great number of facts support these propositions, and brilliant experiments corroborate them. It has been demonstrated that the temperature of a contracting muscle rises, that it absorbs more oxygen and exhales more carbonic acid when when in action than in repose, and, lastly, that the energy of the contractions is in direct proportion to the activity of the internal combustion.
This condition causes an effort which cannot be kept up long, and symptoms of intoxication caused by the carbonic acid gas soon make their appearance for in this case the change of air which should be effected in the lungs is much less complete than when the inspirations are large and deep, and ; It was to soften the shock fatigue soon supervenes. and avoid these inconveniences that the English way of rising in the saddle was introduced, which makes the riding a hard trotting horse less tiresome.
The strength of the muscular contraction, in order to effect this object, must be in proportion to the impulse imparted to the trunk. In galloping, the rider is conscious only of an oscil- backwards and forwards alternately, and the flexors of the thigh, the psoas and sacro-lumbar muslation cles are especially called on to restore any consider- able displacement, to recover the centre of gravity, whether it be thrown forwards or back, according to the need, while the adductors fix the knees. We may in this way explain the theory from it we may of horse-back mechanical action, and if infer that gravity contributes towards riding in reference to its restoring the equilibrium which it has helped to de- HORSE-BACK RIDING.