I use the heck out of notecards for just about every aspect of strength and conditioning planning. They are compact and easy to use; however, unformatted notecards can be uninviting to use. So, I design and format my own cards and put them in my Coach's Companion planner.
This card is formatted for a pre-hab circuit. Pre-hab is a very important aspect of comprehensive strength and conditioning. In some cases, maybe pre-hab consists of ankle mobility and neck strengthening, but as maturity increases as well as competitive level a more advanced program can be added. For me, pre-hab is part of a dynamic warm-up and involves much more than stretching and doing a few shoulder rotation exercises. Lastly, a prudent coach should examine pre-hab and dynamic warm-up movements and exercises so as these do not contribute to injury pathways, but rather seeks to help prevent them.