When you say that intelligence is over powered, what kind of intelligence are you talking about? Higher Maths and Linguistics aren’t likely to get you very far in the apocalypse, and a strong sense of emotional empathy would probably be a handicap for someone who needs to be ready to slaughter countless numbers of recently-human flesh puppets.
There are clearly forms of intelligence which would be great - but we still can’t really break intelligence down into useful objective categories with all our current science. It’s still a guessing game.
Strength is somewhat easier obviously, but its still a great deal more complex than we usually model. Realistically you’d be looking at a number of different, not strongly correlated abilities, like upper vs. lower body strength (and several less important specific breakdowns), core cardiovascular ability, and so on.
Sprinters aren’t Weightlifters, and long term endurance athletes focus on entirely different strengths than either of those - can’t have a pro weightlifter’s muscle mass and expect your cardiovascular system to keep up with it for long.
Linemen in US Football are huge, but they can only get away with that because the pace of the game allows them constant breaks in the action to recover from each play - make them play basketball or soccer and they’d be dead before the game was over.
Then you have dexterity, which of course is modeling incredibly unrelated stats, like balance and proprioception for full body motion, manual dexterity for being able to perform precise work with your fingers, and raw reaction time. These stats are almost completely unrelated to each other in real life, but we lump them together as this ‘dexterity’ thing.
As for perception - that’s really just yet another aspect of intelligence, combined with sensorial acuity, which should technically be broken down into its components - sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch, balance, pain sensitivity, heat sensitivity, and so on.
Being able to see well has no bearing on your hearing, but being highly tactile might mean bad things for your pain sensitivity…
Anyhoo, claiming that one ultra-abstract stat is the end all and be all of survival flies in the face of many millions of years of evolution. We have all these abilities because they’re useful in various different circumstances, and its hard to predict which circumstance will be the next one to challenge our survival. The only thing we can say with some certainty is that overspecialization is deadly in a rapidly changing environment.