if you are working out extensively and within 20lbs of your goal, you should not be in the 1200-1550 range. which tells me that something in your setup is incorrect. your ticker shows your goal weight to be 190lbs. if this is one of those unit conversion issues, make sure you get that adjusted. so go into your goals [start page, left hand side]. under pounds lost you will see change goal. click that. make sure that your info matches where you currently are. then use the goal calculator. if you have less than 20lbs to lose, you shouldn't be trying to lose more than a pound a week, possibly less. setting a short term goal [5lbs in 5-10 weeks] could be a good way to start getting to your long term goal in a reasonable manner. remember that the closer you are to your goal, the less you can actually lose [since you no longer have all of that spare fat laying around to use up] because you need to be eating pretty closely to where you will maintain. once you have done this and saved, go back out to the start page and click on change goals under calories burned. you want to make sure that this number is matching up with the end of week number on your fitness tracker. because while your minutes might match, if you're walking 30 minute miles 4-5 times a week, your actual burn is going to be well below what the program is crediting you for. and that calories burned number is one of the most important in calculating your ranges. and if you're running 5 minute miles for those 80-100 minutes a week, that generic conversion is going to be lower than what you are actually burning. if you need to take a side trip to your fitness tracker and run the past few weeks to see what you are actually burning in a week, do so. but make sure that number matches what you are doing on average. and save. then see what that does to your ranges. odds are it should raise them closer to where you should be maintaining, which is where you want to be eating right now.
-google first. ask questions later.