eCommerce/MySQL Website Build

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I am looking for a website to be built either on wordpress or from the ground up. The basic premise of the site if a personal fitness website that gives users customized diets and personal training advice. When the user comes onto the site, they see a sales page, then an order page, once they enter credit card information and an account registration, they are asked a series of 7-10 questions. Their answers will be stored in a MySQL database, which will then be queried once a week for each member to give them a shopping list, a list of meals, and other health information like calories, fat, carbs, etc for each meal. They will be sent an email daily based on the SQL query to tell them what meal to make and exercise program to do. Also, they should be able to track their progress through nice looking graphs that show them how much weight they can lose if they stick to the program and how much they have lost. They should also be able to upload a before and after picture to their profile and fill out other information. I would like the site to be like an online personal trainer with customized meal plans that follow specific diets, like the paleo diet, zone diet, or counting calories. More details to the winning bidder

Similar sites would be [url removed, login to view] or [url removed, login to view] with the design elements of I am mainly looking for a programmer who can quickly tie the SQL with the membership/ecart aspect. I can do most of the design work myself so I am just looking for the skeleton (which is why I would prefer it built on wordpress).

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