A weak bladder can occur for a number of reasons, which can include pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, constipation, nerve damage and menopause. As a consequence, those who suffer from incontinence may avoid taking regular exercise such as walks, running and other activities due to fear of leakages. If you worry about incontinence when exercising, you are certainly not alone. According to a scientific review published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, 30% of women who exercise experience a urine leak during at least one type of exercise. However, an evening run does not have to be accompanied by fear and worries of your incontinence ruining the experience. We have put together some lifestyle changes and steps you can make to ensure your next run is worry-free.