Used to identify common injuries within a specific sport or training regime. The outcome results in an appropriate series of exercises that work toward minimising their incidence. Key joints and stability are targeting to conclude what is weak. With this proactive approach to sport and exercise, body parts with be strengthened and conditioned to the excessive amounts of strain that they undergo.
But prehabilitation is also moving out of the realm of sports science and strength and conditioning as it can be applied to regular people who train regularly or need to build strength after an injury to prevent recurrence. The emergence of prehabilitation as a proactive training method, much like warming up and warming down to reduce the onset of DOMS, is specifically geared towards preventing injuries for all individuals before they happen and strengthening muscle groups one-by-one so as to ensure that your workout will be more efficient and effective, allowing you to progress further.