Endurance Training are exercises designed to increase aerobic performance, as well as cardiovascular and muscular stamina. Common forms of Endurance Training include running, swimming, cycling and cross country skiing.
Endurance Training is a common element of healthy lifestyle changes. Endurance Training is not generally used as a treatment for acne, but it may have a small impact on acne symptoms in some individuals.
Sustained Endurance training triggers a range of physiological adaptations that are beneficial for overall health and wellness. Cardiovascular changes include improved heart performance and blood circulation. Muscle stamina also improves in response to increased mitochondrial capacity, glycogen storage and other metabolic changes.
Endurance Training is often associated with adoption of other healthy lifestyle changes, such as improved dietary choices. Improving overall health and reducing stress can enhance immune function and this may help improve acne symptoms in some individuals.
Dermatologic problems of the endurance athlete. Heymann. 2005.
Training-specific changes in cardiac structure and function: a prospective and longitudinal assessment of competitive athletes. Baggish, et al. 2008.
The role of exercise in the rehabilitation of idiopathic inflammatory myopathies. Alexanderson, et al. 2005.
Haemoglobin, blood volume and endurance. Gledhill, et al. 2000.
Acne, sedentary behaviour, malnutrition, and COPD. Rashid. 2014.