We're all different. My two youngest daughters, ages 18 and 21, are both runners. We run together. We're all about normal weight (my 18-year-old might be on the slender side), but we are all very different.
During our runs together, where the morning temperatures in the canyon along the river where we run gets down to 10 deg F, those two girls heat up fast! After a mile, they start stripping off their jacket and gloves, while I'm still freezing. I where big winter gloves on those runs; they where light cotton gloves. I wear an extra fleese jacket, with a windbreaker around that. They where a T shirt and a sweat shirt.
But during non-running times, we all get cold easily.
I used to never get cold, anywhere anytime. But then I lost 67 pounds of fat, started running marathons, and now I'm cold much of the time, although not during the summer. When I visit humid areas, I die of the heat.
But to answer your question, no, I don't think anything's wrong with you; and yes, it's a runner thing (or at least a slender person thing).
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