Eating out, having sex and holidays – post-pandemic activities – Bradford Telegraph and Argus

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PEOPLE plan to flock to restaurants or the bedroom when lockdown is over, after going out for dinner and having sex was revealed as the top activities the public want to do post-pandemic.

Sport supplement brand, Lyvit, asked 3,000 members of the British public what general and more ‘extreme’ activities they are planning when the government relaxes current social-distancing measures, as well as what impact the pandemic has had on their attitude to life.

The results revealed that going out to dinner tops the list as the most popular post-pandemic activity, followed closely by having sex and going on holiday.

When asked what more ‘extreme’ activities they planned to complete, skydiving was revealed as the most popular choice, followed by running a marathon and climbing a mountain.

Members of the public were asked to select three activities they would like to complete when the pandemic is over from a list of ‘general’ and ‘extreme’ activities.

If none of the options applied, respondents were given the option to input their own answer.

The research also found that the pandemic has impacted British people’s attitude to life, with more than two thirds (68 per cent) planning to ‘live life more fully’.

The top five general activities Brits want to do post-pandemic are:

1 Go out for dinner

2 Have sex

3 Go on holiday

4 Go to the gym

5 Host a dinner party.

The top five ‘extreme’ challenges Brits want to take on post-pandemic are:

1 Skydive

2 Run a marathon

3 Climb a mountain

4 Learn to ski

5 Cycle an iconic route.

The full results of the study, along with a guide to the above activities can be found here.

The survey also asked respondents what the biggest change to their day-to-day life has been since social-distancing.

Two fifths (42 per cent) said they are making more of an effort to be active, a third (30 per cent) said they are more careful with their money and a fifth (21 per cent) said they speak to their family more.

Less than a 10th (seven per cent) said there has been no change.

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