The Soul Sand elevator is a fun, easy-to-follow platform that’s a popular attraction at Atlanta’s Atlanta Museum of Art.
The elevator is part of the museum’s annual push up and down series, which is designed to raise awareness of the need for improved air quality.
The lift is located on the fifth floor of the elevator, a large room with an expansive space with three staircases and a railing.
It has a retractable platform that can be used for push ups or other push up exercises.
It’s about 3 feet high and about 15 inches wide.
Atop the platform, the elevator’s “push-up” feature is a rotating platform that pushes up on a handle that is secured to the top of the platform.
This helps users move forward without pushing their back against the platform while being lifted up by the elevator.
In order to achieve a good push-up, you need to push the handles against the floor while maintaining a certain degree of balance.
You have to use your feet to push back up to the platform and then move forward.
This also means that you can’t get to the back of the floor, which has to be held firmly to the ground with the top rail.
This can be tricky for beginners who are used to jumping up and then being able to keep their balance.
“A lot of people have a hard time mastering the technique of the push up,” said Dwayne Dillard, who runs the Atlanta Museum’s push up program.
This isn’t the first time that the museum has pushed up a lift.
The previous year, the Atlanta museum raised more than $30,000 through a crowdfund to buy a new lift that was meant to improve the quality of air quality in the museum.
Atlanta’s push-ups have been a popular pastime for many Atlanta residents.
They have been held at Atlanta landmarks like the Georgia Dome, the Georgia Aquarium, and the Georgia State Fairgrounds.
They have been also held at the Atlanta Braves ballpark and at the Georgia International Speedway.
More recently, a push-Up Lift has been held every year at the museum since 2012.
If you’re interested in learning more about push ups, here are a few links: Atlanta Museum of Arts: Push Ups at the Art Museum Atlanta Public Library: Push Up Training Atlanta City Council: Push-Up Training Wikipedia: PushUpTraining.com