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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What can the fighter use to cause his opponent to try to slow down to insure the success of a strike?
2. What does Lee describe as the specific rhythm of two fighters executing a series of movements?
(a) Body feel.
3. What increases energy cost to cause early fatigue?
(a) Opposing tension.
(c) Sudden movements.
(d) Lack of focus.
4. In what year was Jeet Kune Do published?
5. Muscle _____ on both sides of a _____ change in movement.
6. Perceptual, mental, initiation and performance are types of _____.
7. What does increased tissue elasticity reduce?
(b) The fight or flight response.
(c) The risk of injury.
(d) Muscle growth.
8. What may be used to anticipate and intercept the final line of attack if an opponent is making an attack?
(a) A stop-hit.
(b) A block.
(c) Reaction time.
(d) Psychic energy.
9. What state of mind should a student have while training?
10. The author suggests that the lack of _____ lets things disclose themselves.
(c) Will power.
11. A fighter's ability to _____, Lee says, creates openings for _____.
(d) Be free of thoughts/Enlightenment.
12. What concept of enlightenment is used in martial arts?
13. What does Lee say is minimized with vigorous activity in warming up by rehearsing skills and raising body temperature?
14. What state of mind should a student have while in combat?
15. Lee recommends a direct or indirect stop-hit to stop the opponent from ______ his attack.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lee say are small, phasic, or bent-knee?
2. Lee says the uppercut is used in close-quarters but it is useless with fast _____ that stand upright and jab.
3. Lee teaches that quick hitting with leverage and timing regardless of _____ and _____ is the secret of powerful hitting.
4. Lee teaches that the ripening of an individual with his being is not possible without ______.
5. In Lee's view, what results from three thousand years of conditioning and propaganda?
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