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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. The author suggests that the lack of _____ lets things disclose themselves.
(c) Will power.
2. How many basic methods are used in attack?
3. What supplies energy for muscular contractions?
(a) Biochemical reactions.
(d) Physiological conditioning.
4. Who is the main author of the book?
(a) Jeet Kune Do.
(b) Linda Lee.
(c) Gilbert Johnson.
(d) Bruce Lee.
5. A fighter's ability to _____, Lee says, creates openings for _____.
(d) Be free of thoughts/Enlightenment.
Short Answer Questions
1. What term does Lee use to describe evidence of poor readiness?
2. Lee feels that concentration and vigilance must be _____ to attack with the right timing.
3. What is the fragment of time within a cadence that is most suitable for effective action?
4. Lee states that a skillful athlete is characterized by his ease of _____ regardless of effort.
5. Lee explains that a dancer requires different warm up exercise _____ and _____ from an older martial arts fighter.
Short Essay Questions
1. How does a feint force hesitation while closing the distance?
2. How does Lee describe muscle tension working like a brake?
3. What does Lee mean by the term, "milling on the retreat?"
4. Name one of Lee's timing exercises that a fighter can practice.
5. What makes Jeet Kune Do a simple martial art?
6. Why might compassion, as Lee claims, be a better guard against injustice than justice?
7. Lee says that a proper spiritual attitude is maintained. What might happen if a fighter does not maintain their spiritual attitude?
8. What state of mind should one have when assuming the fighting stance?
9. Lee writes, "Effort should be applied to the work to be done as if nothing particular is happening. " Name an example from everyday life and how this principle might work.
10. Why did Lee include courage as a principle for "distance in attack?"
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