Ellis shares her journey with mental health from high school through her professional career:
00:17 -- What were some of the pressures you had to endure as a female high school athlete?
1:07 -- Did you focus on different sports growing up or just solely on track?
1:24 -- In high school, was there anything in particular that you struggled with the most as a female athlete?
1:58 -- What about being "mentally tough" was a challenge for you?
2:51 -- Do you feel like it was more of a challenge when you were at practice or at track meets?
3:30 -- Did you feel like you had teammates that you could share these feelings with or did you know of anyone on your team that was going through this too?
4:47 -- Kendall, how did you go about gaining confidence?
6:27 -- Is there anything in particular that you would tell yourself at practice or at meets that encouraged you?
7:22 -- What advice do you have for high school athletes who might be experiencing these challenges so they can be strong mentally?
9:09 -- At what point did you feel that you had to go outside your comfort zone, face this challenge head on and take this seriously?
10:51 -- From a professional's point of view, how important is it to be mentally tough?
12:08 -- Was there any else that you felt like was hindering you from being a successful athlete?
Ellis shares her story about her weight as a professional athlete and how she embraces her body as it develops into a "strong, beautiful woman":
14:15 -- What do you recommend for that athlete to do? Talk to a nutritionist and/or a coach?
15:13 -- Do you feel like this way of thinking impacted your athletic career in how you were training on the track or in the weight room?
16:15 -- Can you take us through your journey of how you viewed yourself in high school and how your body changed throughout your collegiate and professional career?
18:17 -- When do you feel like you started appreciating your body and how it looks?
19:43 -- Did you ever have the feelings of "looking like a guy" in high school?