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When gastric fistulas were performed on dogs, he found that the effects were similar to what had been reported for humans (23). Although many interesting and exciting endocrine studies emerged after 1850, few were concerned with the effects of exercise. In 1849, Thomas Addison (1793-1860) proposed that an association existed between the adrenal gland (cortex) and the incidence of muscular fatigue (166). Seven years later, Brown-Sequard (1817-1894) suggested that the cortex would detoxify the metabolites of muscular activity (17).
History of exercise physiology by Charles Tipton