Without seeing you run I can only guess a couple of things. One - you were spot on about landing (and staying on your toes) - that can lead to calf and achilles pain. As for the ankle pain, is it on the inside (medial)? The ankle pain can come from landing on your toes, or if you are not set up correctly for a midfoot landing and you’re forcing it. It can also come from overpronation (which I’m guessing is why you are in Adrenalines?).
How do your shoes and inserts feel? Were you advised by the shoe store to that model (stability)? And why the inserts? The reason I ask all this is sometimes you can get into overcorrection and that can cause pain and discomfort itself. If the shoes don’t feel right, take them back. Or experiment with less correction (no inserts) in the shoes.
Most of all - make sure your alignment is good - both postural and directional, meaning no bending at the waist, or leaning back (remember shoulders-hips- ankles in a line) and that the feet are pointing forward, and the arms are not crossing your center line.
If you have an instructor in your area (find one here - http://www.chirunning.com/learn-it/find-an-instructor- set up a time with them to have them check all this out and get you on a path to running pain free.
Good luck and keep us posted.
Certified Chi Running and Chi Walking Instructor