The much fabled Hell Week in Navy SEALs BUD/S training helps each and every SEAL recruit find a number of essential qualities within. One of the most important is the fact that SEALs recruits find that they are able to let go of all of their mental inhibitions, telling themselves that they can push through all of the trials which are before them. Though it is very physically demanding, most SEAL recruits have problems pushing themselves through the training on a mental level. They will often find the needed strength, though, through the encouragement and support of their teammates.
Recruits to the Navy SEALs often help each other through the most trying phases of training and Hell Week in particular. All of the soldiers will struggle through their training. It takes a great deal of determination and inner strength to make it through this phase. When you, as a recruit, are struggling during a certain task, you will often find that your teammates are the ones who pull you through this. Whether through a reassuring pat on the back or a rallying cheer, your fellow recruits will be pulling you through the mission, fully on your side.
This support and encouragement from your teammates is often exactly what you need to find the drive to continue. When other people who are going through exactly the same trials that you are give you this support, you will find that you are able to achieve nearly any goal. In return, you will give this same support back and as a whole, your entire Navy SEALs team will grow much stronger.