Cadillac Workout with Karen Frischmann

Special Sauce Cadillac

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You’re going to love how you feel after this detailed Caddy workout. Karen serves up all of your favorites with her special sauce—the cues that make you go, ‘Oh, now I feel it!’ You’ll move at a slow pace aimed at delivering the focused results that change your movement patterns for good. Visit Karen at

What Others Are Saying


  1. KarinKrouse 12 months ago

    Love the details & depth of your classes Karen. Today, I enrolled in your workshop in Keyneton, Australia in May 2020, with my friend Elaine.

    • Karen Frischmann Author
      Karen Frischmann 12 months ago

      Thank you, and how cool. I look forward to meeting you in May!

  2. jszachara 3 years ago

    This was wonderful! Made my body feel alive and strong!

    • Karen Frischmann Author
      Karen Frischmann 3 years ago

      Thank you. I’m glad you liked the workout.

  3. arlene
    arlene 3 years ago

    Wow. Respect. Special sauce-ier, Karen I miss you so much! This is my all time favorite Pilatesology video. Jacqueline, inspiring as ever.

    • Karen Frischmann Author
      Karen Frischmann 3 years ago

      Thank you, Arlene. I’m glad you liked it!

  4. Luz Alejandra Lovern

    Love everything in this Master Class, the pace, be great cueing, crystal clear work of both of you. Jacqueline and Karen what a great team! I must watch again and practice and practice. Love to all, Luz

  5. lsnpilates 3 years ago

    I loved the pace and all of the attention to spine detail particularly on Reverse push through and kneeling long back stretch and all of the foot detail on tower. That was the first time I tried monkey on a stick. Need to work on that one! Thanks Karen!

    • Karen Frischmann
      Karen Frischmann 3 years ago

      Thank you. Let me know how the monkey on a stick goes. It’s one of my favorite exercises.

  6. Jogo149 3 years ago

    Thank you so much! Beautiful work and clear and precise cueing. I’m curious why you choose to have her keep two hands on the rollback bar at the beginning instead of having her arm around her waist?

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