I’ve been an athlete since I was a kid. I’ve also been a urinator. You too?
So perhaps you’ve experienced Athletic Leaks™, an incontinence problem so cool, it’s trademarked.
I’m not talking about the little pee that escapes when you sneeze or have a giggling fit because somebody said something hilarious in an inappropriate place, like church or a big meeting with the boss.
No ,these leaks are even bigger and badder than the Wiki kind, because they happen while you’re performing a high-impact activity, like weight-lifting or jumping in a bouncy house with the kiddies.
According to JustGoGirl.com:
“As many as one out of three active young mothers will experience athletic incontinence when they engage in high-impact activities after having children.”
That’s right, sister: You’re not the only one avoiding jumping ropes and sitting on those ride-on bouncy balls at your kid’s playgroup. Also, dead lifts.
When sanitary napkins and panty-liners don’t do the trick, and you can’t bring yourself to swipe some of Grandma’s (bulky and really uncool) incontinence pads, consider the JustGo Pad™, so awesome it was also trademarked.
Designed by a mom of five, athlete, and smarty pants Yale-educated lawyer Brooke Solis, JustGo Pads are light and not visible from outside your yoga pants, etc., yet they hold up to 140 ml of, um, liquid without ballooning up during your aerobics class.
So when the nice people at JustGoGirl asked if they could sponsor a post at MommaSaid.net, I said “Of course.” Because if a former potty training partner can’t write about pee problems, I don’t know who can. Here’s to dryness!
Click here to get free samples before your next bouncy castle visit.