*Disclaimer; as with all exercises on this blog, attempt at your own risk. Be sensible and know thy limits, whether those limits be from a permanent condition or temporary. Stay well and healthy.
But first, before attempting, warm-up those wrists. Do some wrist rotations. Gently stretch the hands both backwards and forwards. If you have problems with your wrists that make weight-bearing wrist exercises difficult and painful, perhaps sit this one out.
Work within your own range of movement.
Engage your core and keep it engaged throughout the series.
Start from a downward dog position.
Inhale as you do each knee position and the one-legged plank.
Knee to nose, knee to outside shoulder, knee to opposite shoulder.
Exhale as you go into each dog-split.
The article recommended doing the series once each side. Depending on your goals for a particular workout session you can do it more than once each side, maybe a couple of times. In doing so you can possibly increase your flexibility within a session of the series. Although just doing it once each side is a pretty good workout!
Thanks for reading.
Enjoy the dance that is life!