Originally Posted by PityTheFool
I've got the opposite problem,running's not bad but skipping ****s my ankles up.
Essential that you get suitable running shoes though.There are stores that take an in depth look at what you need and what you're running style is.
Just to add to this, bring your old shoes so they can see how you are striking the ground. They may see something you are not, if they are truly a store geared to runners and problems runners face.