Hi Andrew. To my mind, ‘pre-hab’ is truly nothing more than what should be the goal of all trainers working with their clients (unless of course the client has a very specific goal or target that precludes this). In other words, building functional strength, developing symmetry, improving overall fitness for daily living, preventing injury (or at least reducing its risk) through safe and effective exercise. By doing all of this, a trainer is satisfying the ‘goals’ and ‘definition’ of pre-hab as identified in this article. It’s NOT a new concept, just, in my opinion, a catchy phrase that some have thrown around and that has caught on. Nothing earth-shattering or surprising by what most people who use the term are meaning — just good old-fashion healthy exercise that addresses all of the body’s systems and body parts. Therefore, like “functional’ training (another one of those terms that I was talking about that has taken hold in the fitness industry), pre-hab training addresses the whole body/organism is addressing overall health and wellness.