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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. Lee explains that a dancer requires different warm up exercise _____ and _____ from an older martial arts fighter.
2. What does the author compare to the time a fencer takes to perform one simple fencing action?
(a) Practice time.
(b) Puzzle time.
(c) Movement time.
(d) Fencing time.
3. What does Lee say should use actual range and evasive tactics both for reliability?
(a) A straight rear thrust.
(b) A lead jab.
(c) Realistic total fighting.
(d) Western boxing.
4. What is the fragment of time within a cadence that is most suitable for effective action?
5. What does the author recommend that includes alternate splits, running in place, high kicks, and deep knee bends?
(a) Circuit training.
(c) An eleven step fitness program.
Short Answer Questions
1. What state of mind should a student have while training?
2. What concept of enlightenment is used in martial arts?
3. What does increased tissue elasticity reduce?
4. What does Lee recommend to develop balance?
5. What object does Lee recommend using to practice accuracy with?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some qualities of a Jeet Kune Do fighter?
2. Why did Lee include courage as a principle for "distance in attack?"
3. Why does Lee suggest a wooden doll has no ego?
4. Based on the teachings in Chapter 6, what do you think is the best strategy for getting an opponent off balance?
5. Why might compassion, as Lee claims, be a better guard against injustice than justice?
6. What does Lee mean when he refers to most people as "instruments of others?"
7. What might a fight look like where two fighters have different fighting measures?
8. What makes Jeet Kune Do a simple martial art?
9. What do you imagine a "poker body" might look and feel like?
10. What techniques are described in Chapter 7 that help fighters prepare for effective attacks?
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