First, the user kicks the opponent into the air, then shadows behind them with the Shadow of the Dancing Leaf. Upon inflicting a blow, one takes advantage of said opponent's counterattack to spin around and rise again for further assaults, ending it with a kick to the stomach. Since the fall is increased in velocity with each blow, the damage when one is eventually struck to the ground is inconceivable. However, like with the Front Lotus, there is a drawback in which the user gets fatigued right after the technique is performed. Though, this drawback isn't as severe as with the Front Lotus.
In the Clash of Ninja series, Kakashi can perform this technique by copying it with his Sharingan.
Sasuke used this technique before the preliminary rounds of the Chūnin Exams, as shown in Karin's flashback. This could mean that he copied the moves and fit them together when Lee was about to use the Front Lotus on him.