Hello Adham Adassy,
As you have seen, it varies because of a few conditions. I would pick a type of class I find interesting and comparison shop in the area. There are many options and that many more different answers. The fun is in the looking. I also get quite a few ads in the mail about exercise classes; that is just the start of the search.
We can’t emphasize enough to make sure your trainer is certified, for your safety and enjoyment.
NAPS 2 B Fit
I base my fees on the demographic of the clientele
As for your question, it may be best for you to decide how many days you need to do a bootcamp, how much you can afford to pay and then start looking
Comparison shop but make sure you look at the certifications of the trainers, find out if they have CPR certs also, check YELP for reviews and do some homework before committing.
Price is only one factor
I agree with Harris that it will depend on a few different factors. Location, number of sessions per week, trainer and number of people all make a difference in your cost.
Make sure you do your research to find a qualified trainer/instructor who leads a safe program. In addition, if you will be doing this a few times a week, make sure to give your muscles a day in between (at least) so they can recover.
It depends on a few factors such as:
-Type of boot camp
-Number of participants
-Number of sessions
The price can range from $5-$30 per person/per session or for some boot camps you could pay a monthly fee and go as many times as you like.
I hope this helps.