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For men, there seemed to be no negative affects on testosterone levels in the blood, short or long term, and for every argument that sex decreases testosterone levels the same could be said about it increasing them. For Olympic athletes at the peak of fitness, that should be no problem. Does sport make you randier? Certainly, working out is good for sex. Exercise improves blood circulation, which is good for sexual desire, as is testosterone.
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One study of male and female Sex in olympic games in their Forties and Sixties conducted by Harvard University researchers found that those taking regular swims had more frequent and enjoyable sex. Might that explain why they needcondoms in Rio? Does being in peak physical fitness somehow make you hornier? There are no direct studies on whether professional or Olympic levels of fitness increases the sex drive, says Nicola Maffulli, a professor of sports medicine at Queen Mary University of London. Real experimental studies in this field are difficult. Her objections were overruled by Hugh Greene.
A mishap occurred during the shoot when Tony Vogel slipped and broke his wrist. Filming continued at Ealing Film Studios between 13 and 15 May, covering the elements that would be played into the screens on the set during studio recording such as the Sportsex, Artsex and Foodshow programmes as well as the audience reaction shots. The scene where Kin Hodder falls to his death was also shot at Ealing. Industrial action by BBC electricians interrupted the production, and by the end of the recording session the final ten minutes of the play remained untaped, leading to a remount on 23 June to complete the outstanding scenes.
The Year of the Sex Olympics presented a production with gaudy sets, costumes and makeup. In a contemporary Sex in olympic games of the play for The Sun newspaper, Nancy Banks-Smith commented that "If you didn't see it in colour, you didn't really see it". On on arts programme Late Night Line Up later that night to discuss the play, Kneale said "You can't write about the future. One can play with the processes that might occur in the future, but one is really always writing about the present because that is what we know. It's largely an image of television as I know it".
Audience Research Report indicated that many viewers found the play impenetrable. Is television a substitute for living? Does the spectacle of pain at a distance atrophy sympathy?