I must kayak, hike, zip-line, sky-dive, and leap tall buildings at least twice a day. You must be able to keep up with me in this way, or I will consider you a couch potato.
OK, to get real: I've done two of the activities listed above a number of times (substitute canoeing for kayaking on some). A zip line could be in my future. The dive and leap less likely. I'm more likely to be walking through a Trustees of Reservations site with my kids, bringing my naturalist son to a vernal pool in the dark to lift logs in search of salamanders, or all the kids up to Maine to my good friends' lake retreat to mooch, renting some skis once or maybe twice with them in the winter...am actually going with one to a Red Sox game today, which is not a usual event (and I am far from your typical "guy," since I do not follow professional sports, although I can enjoy a Celtics game on TV if encouraged)...I do, however, regularly attend my children's sport events, it's a Dad-like thing I enjoy doing. I like to travel given the op, and have been to Europe (Spain once, and 7 other countries when I was 23 and hiking across Europe for 10 weeks solo), cross-country (it's been more than half a lifetime on that, would love to do again), multiple visits to the Napa Valley and Florida, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, etc. But I like to travel with a partner...so I'm currently in a latency period for this type of thing.