prehab


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prehab

(ˈpriːhæb)
n
any programme of training designed to prevent sports injury
[C21: modelled on rehab]
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Players will stay out longer, they'll come in earlier, they'll do all their rehab and prehab well before training so for a 10.30 start, players are in for half-eight, nine o'clock doing the bits they have to do to make themselves ready so they don't get little niggling injuries and make themselves as good as they can be.
"Now with all the prehab, physios and recovery - I'm strict with that now.
"But with this longer pre-season and the things we've asked the players to buy into, spending that extra time on a recovery process, spending that extra time on their prehab. We've done a lot of support mechanisms around our conditioning and around our rugby to make sure we're doing as much as we can to Young avoid these players picking up injuries."
"He's got a longer let's say 'prehab' than everybody else at this moment in time," explained the Red Devils boss.
* Do your "prehab." If your doctor tells you to lose weight or increase your muscle strength before surgery, do it.
In a separate post, Avelino said hinted undergoing therapy as he tagged the handle of PACE Prehab and Recovery.
"We'll put a lot of work and diligence into his prehab.
So, experts recommend engaging in "prehab" before surgery, including stretching and strengthening the knee and surrounding joints as much as possible, losing weight if you're overweight, quitting smoking, and optimizing your blood pressure, blood sugar, and other cardiovascular risk factors.