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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 does Lee refer to as the offensive and defensive weapon, which is the backbone of punching in Jeet Kune Do?
(a) The jab.
(b) The hook.
(c) The leading straight punch.
(d) The choke hold.
2. What does Lee claim a master boxer attacks by?
3. The author suggests that the lack of _____ lets things disclose themselves.
(a) Will power.
4. Lee states that _____ requires the mind be not for or against.
5. 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.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lee say should use actual range and evasive tactics both for reliability?
2. According to Lee, what is achieved by practice to form neural pathways?
3. What does Lee say are small, phasic, or bent-knee?
4. What does Lee say is one of the most important skills of any proficiency in athletics?
5. What does increased tissue elasticity reduce?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Lee call Western boxing over-daring?
2. What does Lee see as the purpose of his book?
3. Why does Lee suggest a wooden doll has no ego?
4. Choose one of the types of speed that Lee outlines. Why do you think this type of speed is desirable for the Jeet Kune Do artist?
5. What benefit does Lee say a fighter has in taking a low-line position?
6. 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?
7. Why is a winning attitude important in Jeet Kune Do?
8. Lee says that a proper spiritual attitude is maintained. What might happen if a fighter does not maintain their spiritual attitude?
9. Why do Lee and the editor devote so much detail to the on-guard position and proper posture?
10. Why does Lee mention tools of judo and ju-jitsu in Chapter 4?
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