For example, going through SEAL training also known as Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL is a 6-month selection process. It's the toughest training in the U.S. military. During this time, trainees go through a punishing section known as "Hell Week."
After a couple days of Hell Week, You’re soaked, Your skin burns from the salt water of the ocean, and Your sandy clothes is chafing your skin.
This portion of BUD/S is 5 and a half days of being pushed to the edge. Cold, wet, and 140 hours of no sleep. You’’re constantly moving. Running, paddling, and carrying odd objects. You’re broken down and stripped away of any willpower.
The deep physical and mental fortitude to not quit is needed every minute when your mind is screaming to quit and seek comfort.
If these strategies were enough to get through the toughest military training, think about how it'd get you through life obstacles. This program will prepare your mind and body. You'll rise above being average with a psychology that performs.