QPR assistant manager Marc Bircham says they are hoping to instil a new philosophy in the squad during their pre-season campaign.
The season's preparations begin with a behind-closed-doors training trip to Portugal on June 23rd, which according to Bircham, will be an intense week.
Speaking to the club's official website, he said: "It's all about pre-season, and getting an Ian Holloway pre-season under the players' belt, which i can say is a little bit harder than normal pre-seasons!
"Most the players in the squad are going to be here so we'll have a whole pre-season to work with the squad so it gives us chance to work with them to get them ready for the first game of the season.
"It's going to be hard. You talk to any of Ian's former players. It's hard, it's physical and mentally testing.
"There will be a lot of bonding and work on philosophy because you can't work on that during the season.
Bircham also confirmed that manager Ian Holloway has decided what systems he is going to use next season, and hopes to use the summer to get the squad up to scratch.
He said: "Ian knows what formation he wants to work with and we have a whole pre-season to work with it, which is golden for any coaching team to put your ideas and philosophies across to the players.
"We want two different formations, because we believe that in the Championship you can't just stick with one.
"The first part is fitness and running, and the second part is philosophy and tactics and you need to fit that into a preseason.
"It's not all about results in friendlies, but about the way we want to play."