As a distance runner, I know the one key to my success is consistency.  By consistency, I am referring to consistent effort.  I may not run at the same intensity every day or go the same distance, but even the smallest effort helps me take a step closer to my training goals.  Even during my rest days, my objective is to rest my body and legs, hydrate and eat the right nutrients so that I can continue with my training on a regular, scheduled basis each week.  A bout of illness, an injury or sometimes a sheer lack of motivation can cause a prolonged disruption in my training and in almost every case I have to start over from the beginning.

Exercise is often used to help manage or reduce symptoms of adult incontinence.  Just like any other exercise regimen, you will only get out of it what you put in.  While it might seem difficult at first, your consistent effort can mean the difference between reducing or eliminating leakage in some cases.  Even if the improvement is minimal, your body benefits from regular exercise.