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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. How many principles does Lee outline for distance in attacks?
2. What does Lee say changes continuously with the speed, agility, and control of fighters?
3. What does Lee conclude is based on feints and actions connected to them?
(a) Jeet Kune Do.
(b) All sports.
(d) Martial arts.
4. What is the rhythm of the single feint?
5. Lee claims that Jeet Kune Do is not just technique but is a matter of _____ and _____.
(c) Personal spirituality/Physique.
Short Answer Questions
1. The _____ in the high line of engagement starts under the opponent's hand, and in the low line starts over the opponent's hand.
2. Lee says that the tools of Jeet Kune Do are at the center of an undefined circle whose circumference allows _____.
3. Lee states that most offensive action is _____, following a _____ or countering an opponent attack.
4. What does Lee teach is the state one must preserve when the fighting stance is assumed?
5. What does Lee say requires preliminary analysis, preparation, and execution?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 6, Lee says that footwork is better than using arms to avoid kicks or blows. Why does he emphasize footwork?
2. Why does Lee feel that Jeet Kune Do is not just a technique?
3. How does rolling minimize the fighter's punch?
4. What techniques are described in Chapter 7 that help fighters prepare for effective attacks?
5. What state of mind should one have when assuming the fighting stance?
6. Lee describes the speed of a simple attack as both "smooth and explosive." How might it be possible to achieve this state?
7. How does a feint force hesitation while closing the distance?
8. What happens to previous learning while training in Jeet Kune Do?
9. What might happen if a fighter parries too early?
10. What makes a good feint in Jeet Kune Do threatening?
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