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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Lee feels that concentration and vigilance must be _____ to attack with the right timing.
2. The author suggests that the lack of _____ lets things disclose themselves.
(a) Will power.
3. In Lee's view, what results from three thousand years of conditioning and propaganda?
(a) A classic martial artist.
(b) A successful athlete.
(c) A Jeet Kune Do master.
(d) An Olympian.
4. What is an ability to recognize or provoke the right moment to act?
5. Lee teaches that quick hitting with leverage and timing regardless of _____ and _____ is the secret of powerful hitting.
6. Lee instructs that no-contact stopping of attacks inches in front of the target creates a false sense of _____.
7. What does Lee say enables one to assume adaptability to any style?
(c) An inner strength.
8. What does increased tissue elasticity reduce?
(a) Muscle growth.
(c) The risk of injury.
(d) The fight or flight response.
9. What example of moving and not moving does Lee use?
(a) A moon seen under the waves.
(b) A person driving in a car.
(c) A tree blowing in the wind.
(d) A jack-in-the-box toy.
10. Lee says that the main goal of Jeet Kune Do is kicking, hitting, and _____.
(a) Applying bodily force.
11. What does Lee believe is the foundation of Jeet Kune Do?
(a) Martial arts.
(b) Bruce Lee.
12. Lee explains that a dancer requires different warm up exercise _____ and _____ from an older martial arts fighter.
13. Who is the main author of the book?
(a) Jeet Kune Do.
(b) Gilbert Johnson.
(c) Linda Lee.
(d) Bruce Lee.
14. What does Lee describe as dangerous in attack or defense?
(a) A high hook.
(b) An elongated guard.
(c) Hair pulling.
15. How many steps does Lee give for throwing one's opponent to the ground?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lee say is the result of training the nervous system to form effective connections or synapses?
2. What religious tradition does Bruce Lee draw on as a path to enlightenment?
3. What does Lee believe one must eliminate to rise above the limits of karma or destiny?
4. What is the fragment of time within a cadence that is most suitable for effective action?
5. What does Lee claim a master boxer attacks by?
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