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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Lee states that a skillful athlete is characterized by his ease of _____ regardless of effort.
2. What does Lee suggest reveals nothing about the next move and keeps a body in the most favorable state?
(a) Focused eyes.
(b) A "poker body."
(c) On-guard position.
(d) Emptying the mind.
3. What does Lee believe one must eliminate to rise above the limits of karma or destiny?
(a) False ideas of a separate self.
(b) False ideas of the ego.
(c) False ideas of a higher power.
(d) False ideas of physical strength.
4. What does Lee consider to be the psychological and physiological conditioning of an individual?
5. What does the author recommend that includes alternate splits, running in place, high kicks, and deep knee bends?
(a) An eleven step fitness program.
(c) Circuit training.
6. What is an ability to recognize or provoke the right moment to act?
7. What does Lee say is required to prepare the athlete for strenuous physical performance?
(a) Studying the opponent.
(b) Setting a goal.
(c) Climbing stairs.
(d) Warming up.
8. What state of mind should a student have while in combat?
9. Lee states that _____ is filled with life, power, and love of all beings.
(b) The Tao of Jeet Kune Do.
(c) Martial arts.
(d) Realization of the void.
10. What moves a joint by becoming longer or shorter in order to cause motion that may be slow or fast?
11. What does Lee claim is the greatest hindrance to proper physical action?
12. What does Lee claim a master boxer attacks by?
13. What does the author compare to the time a fencer takes to perform one simple fencing action?
(a) Practice time.
(b) Movement time.
(c) Puzzle time.
(d) Fencing time.
14. What is the fragment of time within a cadence that is most suitable for effective action?
15. Lee believes that when one understands the _____, the _____ are understood as well.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lee states that _____ requires the mind be not for or against.
2. What may be used to anticipate and intercept the final line of attack if an opponent is making an attack?
3. What does Lee say is the result of training the nervous system to form effective connections or synapses?
4. What does Lee describe as the specific rhythm of two fighters executing a series of movements?
5. Lee suggests that speed and _____ from many angles should be used in stop-hit training.
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