We, as a culture, value youth and often take as many precautionary steps as we can in our lifetime to fight back the natural progression of time on our bodies. How we care for ourselves and treat our bodies is often reflected in our lifestyle choices, vices, and hobbies. Wrinkles, bone damage, and disease are all common ailments of an aging generation that usually come to mind, but another common problem that women over the age of 60 face is urinary incontinence. Specifically, Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is described as the loss of urine when the bladder or urinary tract is put under pressure or stress. The pressure can be minimal from common activities like bending over or jogging. SUI can develop for a number of reasons but stems from a weakened or damaged pelvic floor and surrounding tissue and nerves. For some women, developing light bladder leaks can come after a natural situation such as childbirth or menopause. Others may have SUI develop after they have had a surgery that weakened the pelvic floor or nerves involved in the surgery. In other cases, women may start to experience light bladder leaks due to lifestyle choices and hobbies that may have a direct or indirect effect on the muscles that impact urinary health.