A possible option re your "not getting running" comment about the Y... The running coach 'Bent and I visited a few times this year is not far from you in Clarkson. Jeff Stapleton is an enthusiastic, interesting character and a barefoot runner who likes to smile and give people a hard time for wearing shoes. However, once that's done, he moves on to testing for imbalances and working to strengthen runners' bodies from the feet up. He has a Masters in exercise physiology so he works from a solid understanding of biomechanics.
We had no interest in barefoot running, nor in substantially changing our running form, but we got a lot out of a few sessions. Each session provided us with a different running-specific workout that we received afterward by email and continue to use; that's been the biggest value. It's not heavy weight stuff - it's a customized-for-you mix of body weight strength, balance, mobility, agility and technique - all things you could do at home. It was interesting and different from other ways we work out - the most running-specific training we've had. Unfortunately, it is expensive ($150) for a private session and (for us) far away. If you bring someone with you, it's $175 for two, and if you can entice a few others, the price comes down more. I'd suggest that if you go, you'd get the most benefit with only one or two people in the session. In our case, he always went past the promised 1 hour, sometimes up to 90 minutes. He really loves what he does!
There are probably similar coaches in Burlington too.