I was thinking of having superspeed, in my superhero world, be the result of the combination of several powers. In that case, should it (logically speaking) consist of any powers other than super strength, super durability (although that's part of superstrength), and accelerated thinking (in other words, you perceive the world as moving more slowly)?
I feel like that's probably all you need, as you use superstrength to contract your muscles abnormally quickly (and strongly), super durability to withstand impacts (and your own muscle contractions), and accelerated thinking to gain the precision required to run at high speeds
Powers in my world are passed down from parent to child. If both parents have powers, the child could end up having both powers, either one, a variation of either one, or a mix of both.
A superpower is some kind of supernatural ability that functions as it is described. That could range from "my fingernails grow slightly faster" or "i can turn people into beef" to "i can teleport" or "i can shoot nukes from my hands".
My intention is to have superspeed be the combination of several other powers. Particularly, super strength (your muscles can produce an unusual amount of force), super durability (your body tissues can withstand an unusual amount of force), and accelerated thinking (aka slowed perception, you observe time passing more slowly and therefore have more time to react).
My question was regarding whether that combination disregards any important aspects of what would be expected of someone with superspeed.