What Is Psychology-Fitness

What Is
Psychology-Fitness

The Key to Physical, Mental and Emotional Health
Clinically proven mental & physical online training program that integrates your brain, body, and breath so you can look, feel & perform better all day, every day.
Clinically Proven Mental & Physical Training Programs

We create training programs that integrate and train your Brain, Body, and Breath at the same time so you can Look, Feel & Perform better all day, every day.

Move the Way You Want to Move
Are you into strength training, HITT, or CrossFit? Maybe you need more adrenaline-like rock climbing, snowboarding, surfing, or Muay Thai? Either way, we got the workout for you and the certification to teach it. It’ll be tough, but it’ll be worth it, and of course FUN!
Certified Psychologists & Neuroscience Nerds

We are certified psychologists and neuroscience nerds, but we don’t sit awkwardly across
a couch from you. We know what it feels like to be where you are because we’ve been there and we’ll show you how to get out of there fast.

Why Psychology-Fitness Works

Like-Minded Individuals In One Tribe.
Want to be around ridiculously smart and successful people,
who are also humble and hungry? That’s exactly who we are and who we work with.
The Latest Research in Cognitive-Behavioral
and Positive Psychology
We cultivate the latest research in cognitive-behavioral and positive psychology so you don’t have to. We use this to rewire your brain by walking through your current challenges in all areas of your life. During this process, we develop a theme for your training Experience that draws a parallel between the sport and your life.
Relax & Focus 35 - 50% Faster
Relax & Focus 35 - 50% Faster

We use ancient breath work practices, combined with the latest science,
and guided meditation that leverages your enhanced physical and mental state
to help you gain more focus and clarity on your challenge.

Relax & Focus 35 - 50% Faster
Relax & Focus 35 - 50% Faster
We calm your brain and body down using ancient breathwork practices, combined with the latest science plus guided meditation that leverages enhanced physical and mental state to help you gain more focus and clarity on your challenge.
FAQ
Where Does CliffHanger Academy Psychology-Fitness™ Experience Take Place?​
We calm your brain and body down using breathwork and guided meditation that leverages decades of neuroscience to help you gain more focus and clarity on those challenges while taking advantage of your enhanced physical and mental state.
What if I’m new to a sport and have never tried it before?
CliffHanger Academy’s Psychology-Fitness™ experiences are fully customized to meet ALL our clients exactly where they are at, right now. No matter if you’re an absolute beginner, trying this sport for the first time, in-shape, out-of-shape or even a professional athlete who does this for a living, we know you’ll be challenged.
Is a Psychology-Fitness™ experience safe?
Each experience is built around fitness that takes you outside your comfort zone, so there is inherent risk involved in all Psychology-Fitness™ experiences. However, our coaches have a wealth of experience, training, and certifications, to help ensure your safety is a priority.
How does Psychology-Fitness™ affect Stress?
Climbing is a full body exercise that is based on movement, balance, endurance, power, strength, and flexibility all coming together as one cohesive unit. Rock climbing has been shown to reduce stress by increasing levels of norepinephrine, a chemical that helps balance our brains’ response to stress. Aerobic exercise, like surfing, has also been linked to helping treat a variety of mental illnesses, including depression, anorexia, and addiction.
FAQ
Where does the Psychology-Fitness™ experience take place?​ Our PSYFI Experiences are customized based on where you are now and where you want to go. This means sometimes they’re virtual, sometimes they’re in-person. Sometimes they’re in the ocean or on a mountain. Sometimes they’re inside a gym or your home.
The Psychology-Fitness™ experiences are fully customized to meet ALL our clients exactly where they are at, right now. No matter if you’re an absolute beginner, trying this sport for the first time, in-shape, out-of-shape or even a professional athlete who does this for a living, we know you’ll be challenged.
Each experience is built around fitness that takes you outside your comfort zone, so there is inherent risk involved in all Psychology-Fitness™ experiences. However, our coaches have a wealth of experience, training, and certifications, to help ensure your safety is a priority.
Fitness has been shown to reduce stress by increasing levels of norepinephrine and adrenaline, chemicals that helps balance our brains’ response to stress. It also boosts levels of dopamine and serotonin which help elevate mood. Aerobic exercise, like HIIT(High Intensity Interval Training), has also been linked to helping treat a variety of mental illnesses, including depression, anorexia, and addiction.
FAQ
We calm your brain and body down using breathwork and guided meditation that leverages decades of neuroscience to help you gain more focus and clarity on those challenges while taking advantage of your enhanced physical and mental state.
The Psychology-Fitness™ experiences are fully customized to meet ALL our clients exactly where they are at, right now. No matter if you’re an absolute beginner, trying this sport for the first time, in-shape, out-of-shape or even a professional athlete who does this for a living, we know you’ll be challenged.
Each experience is built around fitness that takes you outside your comfort zone, so there is inherent risk involved in all Psychology-Fitness™ experiences. However, our coaches have a wealth of experience, training, and certifications, to help ensure your safety is a priority.
Fitness has been shown to reduce stress by increasing levels of norepinephrine and adrenaline, chemicals that helps balance our brains’ response to stress. It also boosts levels of dopamine and serotonin which help elevate mood. Aerobic exercise, like HIIT(High Intensity Interval Training), has also been linked to helping treat a variety of mental illnesses, including depression, anorexia, and addiction.