If you’re a woman, chances are you’ve had this experience (or something very similar): You’re going about your workout because you’re trying your best to stay active and healthy. But while either running, stretching, or mid-situp, you have a small leak. It might not be much - sometimes just a few drops, and other times its enough to soak through your pants or shorts. While it’s embarrassing, these leaks are fairly common for women to experience with around 1 in 3 women suffering from the medical term Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) in their lives. Stress incontinence occurs in women for a number of reasons ranging from genetic factors to childbirth to surgery. All causes tie back, however, to stress incontinence being related to weakened pelvic floor muscles, nerves, and tissue. Exercising, unfortunately, can cause some women to not only develop light bladder leaks over the years, but can also turn into a trigger for light leaks during exercise itself.