Starting from the initial position, the dancer does a demi-plié and jumps into the air. He points the tips of his feet down towards the floor while showing the inner part of both legs, in other words, keeping them in the same position as in the initial position. Once in the air, the dantzari crosses the left foot in front of the right foot and then the right foot in front of the left one. He then lands with the right foot in front.
The steep that is described above is the full leap (muriska osoa edo zuzena), which is performed starting with the left foot forwards. The dancer does a demi-plié and jumps into the air in order to perform the full leap with the right foot forwards. With the inner part of his legs turned out, he points his toes towards the floor and cross the right foot in front of the left foot while he is in the air. He then cross the left foot in front of the right foot and then lands on the floor with a demi-plié and in an identical position to the initial position with his left foot in front of the right one.