Execution speed. The speed of your technique, such how quickly and accurately can you fire a side kick. This is the one most students focus upon.
Range speed. The speed at which you are able to close or retreat. This involves the movement of the body as unit, not the individual techniques.
Recovery speed. The speed at which you recover after executing and attack. This includes re-cambering a kick and re-assumption of a stable stance.
Adaptation Speed.The speed at which you are able to adapt to changing situations, fighting styles, injuries, etc. Changes must sometimes be made during the execution of technique or movement. You must be able to control, change the direction, change the target, or stop techniques instantly.