As far as the movement of the feet is concerned, the left leap is similar to the backward leap, only instead of performing the leap backwards, the leap is performed to the left. Starting from the initial position, a txingo is performed with the left foot and, stretching the right left out, the dancer lifts it to the left.
Keeping the left foot in the air, a demi-plié is performed with the right foot and the dancer jumps: he taps the right foot against the left leg first below and then on top. The left foot is lowered to the floor and the right leg remains in the air and well extended to the right.
The transversal leap to the left is performed as follows:
[the dantzari] has to perform the transversal leap to the left in the same way as the backward leap, extending his two feet as far as possible to the left and tilting his body to the right.