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Descabelada,cansada...é assim no final do meu treino!! Obg mestre,por acreditar em mim,por sempre estar exigindo mais e mais de mim! Fazendo com que eu supere meu limites! Agradeço a vc e a Flor,são mais que especiais pra mim! 💪🏼❤#bodybuilding#lifestyle#familia#juangarrido#mestre

Neste trabalho "The Iron Flower" com a @flor_atleta teremos entrevista e comentários de seu coach e preparador de inúmeros campeões do Fisiculturismo brasileiro que vão de títulos paulistas a mundiais, de infinito conhecimento em treinamento e dieta o mestre que detém titulos no fisiculturismo vai conduzir mais uma vez @flor_atleta até o palco do Mr Universe no Rio/Tijuca este ano. @chiquinhopersona @taninhaasillva @leonardobatalla #coach #treinador #juangarrido

#tbt toda vez que subo aquela escada já sei que não é pra brincar, o treino vai ser sério!

Juan Garrido, Grande mestre: esse cara me fez entender que 100g podem virar 100kg 😂😂 Obrigado pelo treino!

Sempre saio de lá com um aprendizado a mais, com um ensinamento a mais!
E antes do meu treino tive o prazer de acompanhar e ajudar na gravação do dvd da @flor_atleta !

Academia que carrega com si mesmo grande parte do fisiculturismo, muitos campeões já passaram ali e sentiram o drama de um treino bem feito !

Gravação: @robsonclerio
#tbt #juangarrido #training #dorsal #coachbrunobarbosa #personaltraining

Spaghettimariachi #music#latino #juangarrido

E o treino de hoje foi com ela @flor_atleta , pensa num #treino puxado 😳👊 muito bom. Obrigado maninha e #juangarrido pelo #train Top 💪 Mais um pra conta 🙌
#boatardee #gym #musculação #hardecoreladies #mylife #photooftheday #lifestyle #fitness #fit #instagood #pic #sport #diet #foco #shape #meninasdaflor #treinodeombro #me #cacheada #instafit #musculation

Parabéns ao @leonardobatalla. Além do primeiro lugar, pode receber o troféu das mãos do seus pais. #ironflex #juangarrido

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Neste trabalho "The Iron Flower" com a @flor_atleta teremos entrevista e comentários de seu coach e preparador de inúmeros campeões do Fisiculturismo brasileiro que vão de títulos paulistas a mundiais, de infinito conhecimento em treinamento e dieta o mestre que detém titulos no fisiculturismo vai conduzir mais uma vez @flor_atleta até o palco do Mr Universe no Rio/Tijuca este ano. @chiquinhopersona @taninhaasillva @leonardobatalla #coach #treinador #juangarrido

Hoje foi dia de gravação de mais uma parte do projeto "Iron Flower" novo vídeo da campeã Mundial Flores e seu treinador Juan Garrido. #floratleta #juangarrido #wff #pesovideo

#MoorHistory "The First Discoverers were Moors"
Abubakari II (also Abu Bakari, Abu Bakr II and Mansa Musa II)

Western scholars have, by and large, dismissed the assertion that Africans had contact with the Americas long before Columbus. But scholars such as Ivan Van Sertima and Cheikh Anta Diop rejected this in the books They Came Before Columbus (1976) and The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality (1974). But they were not alone. Decades before, respected Harvard lecturer Leo Wiener, a Russian-born scholar of Polish-Jewish heritage who was a polyglot skilled in more than 20 languages, noted the African presence in his 1920 book Africa and the Discovery of America.

Around 2000, Malian historian Gaoussou Diawara, author of Abubakari II, available in French, along with other African researchers, began to explore the history of Abubakari, who once ruled the Mali Empire in West Africa, and to proclaim him the main force behind the African arrival to the Americas prior to Columbus.

Abubakari is said to be the son of Kolonkan, sister of Sundiata Keita (also Sundjata Keita and Soundjata Keita), the founding emperor of the great Mali Empire in West Africa. In 1311, Abubakari abdicated his throne to Mansa Musa to pursue his belief that the Atlantic Ocean, similar to the River Niger, had another bank. Already during his rule, Abubakari had funded a 200-boat expedition to find the bank.

When only one ship returned, with the captain reporting that a current swept the rest of the fleet away, prompting him to turn back, Abubakari put together a 2000-boat expedition he himself helmed. It is believed that Abubakari, who never returned home, landed at what is now Recife in Brazil and that some of the previous boats landed throughout the Americas, including what is now Mexico and even in Colorado. This is why Wiener and others before and after him note early remnants of African culture in the Americas, some of which Columbus found upon his arrival.

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Who is #Estevanico/Esteban
The First (Moor) Explorer to make contact with the indigenous of the United States (Southwest). He is commonly known as Esteban de Dorantes, Estebanico and Esteban the Moor or Mustafa Zemmouri. 
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#JuanGarrido Moor Conquistador
May 29, 1487 (Upper Center)

Born in Africa, he went to Portugal as a slave. When baptized, he took the name Juan Garrido (Handsome John). He went to Seville, where he joined an expedition to the New World as Pedro Garrido's servant. He joined a Spanish expedition and arrived in Santo Domingo (Hispaniola) about 1502. He participated in the invasion of present-day Puerto Rico and Cuba in 1508. He was one of numerous Black African freedmen who had joined expeditions from Seville to the Americas. From the beginning of Spanish activity in the Americas, Africans participated both as voluntary in expeditions and, more frequently, as involuntary enslaved colonists. Garrido married and settled in Mexico City, where he and his wife had three children. He is credited with the first harvesting of wheat planted in the New World for commercial purposes. Garrido and other Blacks were also part of expeditions to Michoacán in the 1520s. Nuño de Guzmán swept through that region in 1529-30 with the aid of Black auxiliaries. In 1538, Garrido provided testimony on his 30 years of service as a conquistador:
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@macsamit Memorial Day isn't just a day that African Americans started. But some important history in our shared Spanish culture happened today. Try to remember these stories for your nephew, most American negroes don't know. #juangarrido

Con la bella @gideanna
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