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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What response must the opponent be in, according to Lee, in order for the fighter to break the rhythm to catch the opponent off-balance?
2. A fighter's ability to _____, Lee says, creates openings for _____.
(c) Be free of thoughts/Enlightenment.
3. The author suggests that the lack of _____ lets things disclose themselves.
(b) Will power.
4. What term does Lee use to describe evidence of poor readiness?
(a) Brain freeze.
(b) Knuckle sandwich.
(d) Slow poke.
5. What does Lee claim should be felt before it is seen?
(a) The strike.
(b) The finger jab.
(c) The head butt.
(d) The side kick.
Short Answer Questions
1. What object does Lee describe that has no ego, thoughts, or grasp?
2. What does the author recommend that includes alternate splits, running in place, high kicks, and deep knee bends?
3. What can create evasiveness, devastating attacks, speed, natural dynamics, deception, stickiness, and complete ease to succeed?
4. What may be used to anticipate and intercept the final line of attack if an opponent is making an attack?
5. What does Lee recommend to develop balance?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Lee describe muscle tension working like a brake?
2. What is the benefit of determining cadence?
3. Why are the weapons of Jeet Kune Do parts of the body, rather than actual objects?
4. Name one of Lee's timing exercises that a fighter can practice.
5. Why does Lee suggest a wooden doll has no ego?
6. Why does Lee instruct that a lead hook be used carefully?
7. Who helped Lee in the writing and publication of his book?
8. Why do different types of activities require different warm ups?
9. A moon seen under the waves is proposed as an example of moving and not moving. What would be another example of moving and not moving?
10. What does Lee see as the purpose of his book?
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