Worcester face Leinster A and Plymouth Albion in the British & Irish Cup over the coming weeks before returning to the league action with a long away trip to Cornish Pirates on January 30.
And Head Coach Hill wants to use the two-week window away from chasing RFU Championship points to ensure his players are firing on all cylinders when the play offs start in mid-March by giving them a big fitness boost.
"The next group of players will come in now and play against Leinster A and Plymouth Albion the week after. We will put the other boys through a mini play off pre-season to give them another burst and spike of fitness," said Hill.
"Players are going to spend two weeks in the gym now with hard work. There will be no let-up and these boys are going to be very tired over the next two weeks.
"After the icy weather and Christmas period, now is the time to really put some hard work into them. They will be fatigued over the next two weeks, but the work they have put in should pay off come March and April in the play offs.
"It is a good time for us to be able to pull that first 22 squad out and do a bit of extra physical work with them.
"It all starts again in the play offs so we have got to make sure we just get better," added Hill.
"The message to our players is that we have got to keep pushing on and keep pushing the boundaries. Leave nothing to chance - we have got to get so good that no team has got a chance of getting near us.
"There will still times when Bedford had chances to score against us last weekend. We have got to rule all those possibilities out. Rule out the errors that we are still making. It is work, work, work and leave nothing to chance."