Krystal Johnson and Jenna Ramirez are two of four Special Olympics athletes from Special Olympics Southern California featured in this season’s FabFitFun Summer Box! Joined by former Olympians, gymnast Gabby Douglas and figure skater Mirai Nagasu, Krystal and Jenna showcase how they’ve overcome the odds to achieve greatness in this season’s in-box magazine.
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Each season, FabFitFun delivers a selection of premium health, wellness, beauty, fashion and home products right to your door. Check out the magazine featured in this season’s FabFitFun Summer Box to hear from Special Olympics athletes and learn how they stay fit and get in the zone to compete at their best!
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When they are not posing for the camera, Krystal and Jenna are committed to training that has propelled them to the top of their games.
Krystal most recently won medals in tennis at the Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019 and the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle, Washington. She prepares for tennis tournaments by training two hours a day, four days a week after work. A multi-sport athlete, Krystal also competes in athletics. When training for shotput, she develops arm strength by curling 6.6-pound balls and, to make sure her track race starts are quick out of the gate, she runs in her backyard every day for 30 minutes.
Jenna is a multi-sport athlete who competes in swimming, soccer, and bowling. To prepare for competitions, Jenna practices three to five days a week with her coach—who is also her father. Mentally, she finds the strength to push herself in each practice by remembering what it feels like to win a gold medal. That type of commitment earned her a spot on her high school water polo team that went on to an undefeated season!