I always date the guys who like to do ONE thing, we never go on dates and we usually just hang out, I like it for the first few months, but I want to do something! I want to go biking or rock climbing or on a hike, I ask and they are usually tired or don't feel like it. I don't mean to date this type every time and I try to avoid them but... I've been unsuccessful to say the least.
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It is difficult to say why it is that you would attract this type without your own speculation to jump from. Though I can feel of a kind with the type that you've described - satisfied to be still in most circumstances; if like me, it may be the case that they avoid activities that take exertion but have no interesting goal. For instance, a bike ride without an interesting destination would very seldom entice me, whereas a bike ride to a grocer, hardware store, or even a church (am atheist) would present enough novelty and a feeling that I'm not just wasting time. Looking at these things as dates, though, gives it a very tourist feeling.
I would recommend seeking clubs associated with the activities that interest you - you may find an available person with interest in the same activities and who may be attracted to you on the basis of that you would reinforce their enjoyment of these activities. In my case, I invite women who interest me to do craft and building projects to see if they are competent or at least interested in the activities I hold dear; seen enough to recognize that aesthetically pleasing can't make up for boring.1