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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Perceptual, mental, initiation and performance are types of _____.
2. What type of adjustment is acquired by practicing new tasks?
3. What does Lee use as a strategy that causes an opponent to attack in tempo with the intent to execute a subsequent attack?
4. What does Lee call a group of routines, ideas, and traditions that defeat freedom?
(a) Classical styles.
(b) Warming up.
(d) The daily grind.
5. Who is the main author of the book?
(a) Jeet Kune Do.
(b) Bruce Lee.
(c) Gilbert Johnson.
(d) Linda Lee.
6. What concept of enlightenment is used in martial arts?
7. Lee states that _____ is filled with life, power, and love of all beings.
(a) Martial arts.
(c) The Tao of Jeet Kune Do.
(d) Realization of the void.
8. What does Lee recommend to counter an attacking opponent?
(a) Aligning the proper posture.
(b) Figuring out the opponent's thoughts.
(c) Imagining simple moves.
(d) Feeling loose.
9. Lee explains that a dancer requires different warm up exercise _____ and _____ from an older martial arts fighter.
10. What does Lee claim a master boxer attacks by?
11. What does Lee suggest every muscle in the body benefits from before vigorous activity?
(a) Warming up.
(b) Climbing stairs.
(c) Brisk walking.
12. What may be used to anticipate and intercept the final line of attack if an opponent is making an attack?
(a) A block.
(b) Reaction time.
(c) A stop-hit.
(d) Psychic energy.
13. How does Lee suggest a series of punches end?
(a) With the lead hand.
(b) With a foul tactic.
(c) In ready position.
(d) With a straight rear thrust.
14. What state of mind should a student have while training?
15. What does Lee believe is the foundation of Jeet Kune Do?
(b) Martial arts.
(d) Bruce Lee.
Short Answer Questions
1. The success of Jeet Kune Do, Lee says, lies in its freedom to use or dispense with _____.
2. How many basic methods are used in attack?
3. Lee states that the on-guard position enables _____ and favorable _____ at the same time.
4. What does Lee consider to be the psychological and physiological conditioning of an individual?
5. What does Lee claim is the greatest hindrance to proper physical action?
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