First, Gohan charges at the opponent and hook kicks them before kicking them up into the air. Then, he flies up into the air and attacks the opponent with a barrage of punches and kicks, knocking them further up into the air. Next, he flies up and appears above the opponent using his speed to backhand punch them down to the ground. Finally, Gohan appears behind the opponent and shouts "You're through!" as he blasts them away with a powerful Super Kamehameha, inflicting a massive amount of damage. Gohan does not use the Super Kamehameha at the end of the rush in the anime nor the manga, this is an edit exclusive to the video games.
Gohan used most of this attack during his battle against Super Buu. Angered by Gohan’s brash and confident attitude, Super Buu hollered and prepared to attack the Saiyan. However, Gohan powered up and attacked the surprised Super Buu with the Burst Rush's punching and kicking barrage, easily outclassing and injuring the Majin. Gohan was soon driven into a mountain by Super Buu's Mystic Ball Attack, but he still managed to dodge and block Super Buu's attacks. Gohan threw Super Buu up into the air and attacked him with the Burst Rush's backhand punch, knocking him down to the ground, much to the shock of Goten, Trunks, and Piccolo.
Burst Rush was named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series and is Gohan's Ultimate Blast in his ultimate form. However, the attack was performed differently in each game. It appeared in the Budokai series during Videl's "Close Call" ultimate attack. It also appeared in Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension, Dragon Ball Z: The Legend, and Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2. Burst Rush also appears in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans as a Special move, but insted Kid Gohan rushes at the enemy and throws a barrage of punches and kicks, and then kicks the enemy into the wall before Gohan blasting him with Ki Blasts as the enemy is pinned against the wall. Much later his descendant Anthony uses this move and even creates a even more powerful version called the Burst Finish.